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Volume 15 Number 13:  28 March 2012

Editorial
Anthropogenic Inputs of Nitrogen to the Environment: Should we be worried about them?

Subject Index Summary
Interactive Effects of CO2 and Pathogens on Other Agricultural Plants: Is it possible that the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content can help plants reduce the deleterious impacts of various pathogenic fungal diseases that currently beset them?

Journal Reviews
Ocean Heat Content Changes Induced by Tropical Cyclones: What is the story told by the Argo float array?

One Hundred Years of Global Temperature Change: 1906-2005: How much was anthropogenic-induced? ... and how much was natural?

Effects of Tropical Cyclones on Sea Surface Temperatures: It's a topsy-turvy world out there, with SSTs impacting TCs, and with TCs impacting SSTs.

Shrubs, Runoff and Erosion in Arctic Alaska Foothills: How have the relationships among them changed over the last quarter-century?

Flavonoid Production in a CO2-Enriched Medicinal Plant: Is it stimulated a little or a lot?

C4 Weeds vs. C3 Crops in a Warmer World: A Finnish Perspective: Can Amaranthus retroflexus overcome spring barley?

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.