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Volume 14 Number 8:  23 February 2011

Editorial
Old Trees Doing it Better than Young Trees: Responding to CO2: Growing old has its benefits.

Journal Reviews
Cyclones of the Tropical South Pacific: How have they varied over the past four decades?

Millennial-Scale Cycling of Climate in China's Salawusu River Valley: Ever more evidence continues to point to a natural millennial-scale cycling of earth's climate between relatively cooler and warmer conditions throughout the Holocene, suggesting that the recent recovery of the world from the global chill of the Little Ice Age was only to be expected, and that it need not have been driven by anthropogenic CO2 emissions, as it's time had merely come.

Old Trees Refusing to Retire: They just keep on growing, and growing ever better. Could they be responding to rising CO2 concentrations?

The Future of Mediterranean Forests: CO2 matters!

Effects of Seawater Acidification on Phytoplankton Growth Rates: How did responses vary among the range of types tested?

The Geckos of Pemba Island, Tanzania: To what degree are they threatened by a projected warming of IPCC-predicted magnitude?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Northern East China Sea.

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