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Volume 14 Number 37:  14 September 2011

Editorial
Non-CO2-Induced Acidification of Near-Shore Ocean Waters: What are the local causes?... what are the local fixes? ... and what are the local consequences?

Journal Reviews
Global Tropical Cyclone Activity: How has it varied over the past four decades?

Tropical Storms of the North Atlantic Ocean: Do we know how their numbers will vary as mankind's greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise?

Drought in China Since 1950: How has it varied? ... and what does it suggest about the future?

Historical Increases in the Water Use Efficiency of Ponderosa Pines: What phenomenon has been responsible for them?

The World's Seagrass Species: On the Road to Potential Extinction?: What's their status? ... and what's driving their disappearing act?

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