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Volume 14 Number 28:  13 July 2011

Editorial
The Debilitating Disease of Climate Alarmism: It has created a global epidemic of depression, anxiety and stress.

Journal Reviews
The 2010 Summer Heat Wave of Western Russia: Was it related to anthropogenic-induced global warming?

Six Decades of River Flows in the U.S. Northern Rocky Mountains: Do they yield evidence of the effects of anthropogenic-induced warming?

Challenges of Corals Living in the World's Warmest Reefs: Perhaps the greatest are simply existing and then reproducing.

Pearl Millet Adapting to Climate Change in the African Sahel: What occurred over the course of a 27-year natural experiment (followed by a three-year garden experiment)?

Flexibility in Destination Choice in Long-Distance Migratory Birds: Is it great enough for them to successfully respond to projected changes in climate?

The Nutritional Quality of Tallgrass Prairie Vegetation: How is it impacted by atmospheric CO2 enrichment?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Cattle Pond, Dongdao Island, Xisha Islands, China.

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