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Volume 14 Number 34:  24 August 2011

Editorial
CO2 and Global Vegetation: From the Last Glacial Maximum to the Pre-Industrial Holocene: What do the results suggest about the present and the future?

Journal Reviews
Testing the Entire Suite of IPCC AR4 Models: How well do the models describe North Pacific decadal variability? ... and what are the implications of the results of this test?

A 2200-Year Storm History from North Carolina's Barrier Islands: What does it reveal about the relative storminess of the Medieval Warm Period, the Little Ice Age and the Current Warm Period?

Not All Australian Marine Fauna Obeying Climate-Alarmist Dogma: In fact, some are even acting counter to it.

Surviving Global Warming Without Migrating Very Far: Even slugish limpets can do it.

The Fate of Boreal Peatlands in a Warming World: Will they become sources of carbon, rather than sinks, as global temperatures rise?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Pigmy Basin TEX86 Proxy, Northern Gulf of Mexico.

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