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Volume 15 Number 11:  14 March 2012

Editorial
Further Analyses of Hot and Cold Times on the Tibetan Plateau: Additional analyses of a temperature record described in an earlier paper reveal more items of embarrassment to climate alarmists.

Subject Index Summary
Dark Ages Cold Period (North America): A key argument in the debate over potential CO2-induced global warming is determining how much of the modern rise in temperature is the product of a contemporaneous rise in atmospheric CO2 versus how much of it is due to natural forcing. Does the Dark Ages Cold Period provide any answers?

Journal Reviews
Historical Simulations of an Astronomically-Based Climate Model vs. Those of the Global Circulation Models Promoted by the IPCC: How well do the significantly different simulations of the two types of models mimic reality?

The Post-1950 Activity of Western North Pacific Tropical Cyclones: Has it been increasing or decreasing? ... or holding relatively steady?

Summit Surface Snow Temperatures of Greenland: Are they harbingers of unprecedented global warming caused by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions?

Carbon and Nitrogen Contents of Expanding Pinyon-Juniper Woodlands: How do they vary with the passage of time?

Effects of Climate Change on Antarctic Nematode Communities: They include the taking of little baby steps by the tiny inhabitants of a really big continent.

Larval Sponge Responses to Elevated Seawater Temperatures: Will the up-and-comers be able to cope with what climate alarmists claim is coming their way?

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