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Volume 14 Number 1:  5 January 2011

Editorial
Thinking Outside the Climate Envelope: There's more than one way to skin the global-warming catastrophe.

Journal Reviews
Winter Snow Depths in Northern China: How have they varied over the past three decades? ... and what have been the consequences for the country's vegetation?

Autumn and Winter Storms of the Eastern Canadian Arctic: Have they been doing what the local Inuit claim they have been doing?

Dengue Epidemics in Taiwan: What causes them?

Relict Reefs of the Past: Substrates for Reefs of the Future?: Unlike some life forms, which are claimed to have "nowhere to run, no place to hide" in response to possible future global warming, reefs do!

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and Tropical Seagrass Growth: How does the former affect the latter? ... and what are the larger ecological implications?

The Soil Carbon Stock of Northern China's Grasslands: How has it changed over the past two decades?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Hetao Region of Northern China.

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Channelled Wrack [Pelvetia canaliculata]. To access the entire database, click here.