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Volume 14 Number 33:  17 August 2011

Editorial
The Future of Earth's Coral Reefs: How will they be affected by projected increases in global warming and ocean acidification?

Journal Reviews
Implications of an Extended Multivariate ENSO Index: What are they?

Tropical Cyclones and Super Typhoons: Their Influence on China: How have they varied in frequency and intensity over the past half-century or more?

On Determining Changes in Intertidal Marine Species Ranges: How well suited for the task is a knowledge of regional air temperature change?

Woody Thickening in Australia: The case for it occurring in response to the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content grows ever stronger, both "down under" and throughout the world.

The Effect of Elevated CO2 on N2O and CH4 Fluxes from a Warming and Drying Temperate Heathland: Does it enhance or reduce them?

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