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Volume 14 Number 2:  12 January 2011

Editorial
The Glaciers of Kilimanjaro: What dictates their comings and goings?

Journal Reviews
A Brief History of Northwest Australian Tropical Cyclones: What is the story told by thirteen descriptive variables over the past four decades?

A 1600-Year Temperature History of Tropical South America: What does it reveal about the Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age below the equator?

Earth's Freshwater Resources of the Past Two Millennia: How have they varied? ... and what does the result portend for the future of mankind?

Turning Up the Temperature on the Red King Crab: How much heat can it handle?

Terrestrial Plant Responses to Global Warming: In terms of the totality of earth's terrestrial vegetation, does warming enhance or reduce biomass production and sequestration?

Photosynthetic Responses of Seedlings of Two Eucalyptus Species to Increases in the Atmosphere's Temperature and CO2 Concentration: Just how bad was it for the young trees, when the "twin evils" of the radical-environmentalist movement were both imposed in unison upon the seedlings?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Kiktiha Swamp, Shahdol District, Central India.

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