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Volume 14 Number 9:  2 March 2011

Editorial
Mid-Holocene Coral Mortality in the South China Sea: What does it imply about the current state of earth's corals?

Journal Reviews
A Century of River Discharge Rates in Finland: Do they substantiate what climate alarmists predict about the effects of planetary warming on floods and droughts?

The Effect of Elevated Ozone on Methane Emissions from Peatlands: Only the fourth study to address the complex subject may be revealing what the future may hold for the CH4 contained in the world's peatlands.

Vector-Borne Diseases of the Very Recent Past in Central Europe: Have they been spread more by climate change or by growing globalization?

The Global Spread of Dengue Fever: What has caused it? ... and what will likely continue to cause it to occur?

Eating Healthy in a CO2-Enriched World ...: will be simply doing what comes naturally!

The Role of Seagrasses in Earth's Carbon Cycle: What is it? ... and how is it impacted by rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations?

Medieval Warm Period Project
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Fram Strait, Atlantic Ocean.

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