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Volume 14 Number 45:  9 November 2011

Editorial
Global Warming: The View from China: Is it as set-in-stone and as rabid as the view of the IPCC?

Journal Reviews
China's Tropical Cyclone Potential Impact Index: How has it varied over the past sixty years?

Three Thousand Years of Climate Change in Central Iceland: What do the data imply about 20th-century warming?

The MWP and LIA in the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica: Did the two distinctive climatic periods that climate alarmists often claim were only North Atlantic phenomena really extend all the way to Antarctica?

The Effect of a Half-Century of Warming on China's Irrigated Rice: Has the warming harmed or helped country-wide rice production?

Effects of Elevated CO2 on a Marine Antarctic Diatom: Are they positive or negative?

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] (Average arm regeneration rate of serpent stars that lost 30 mm of an arm length from Wood et al., 2010). To access the entire database, click here.