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Volume 15 Number 19:  9 May 2012

Editorial
The Unsettled Science of Ocean Warming and Acidification: Just how well do we understand the two phenomena and their implications?

Subject Index Summary
Storms (Australia/New Zealand): In spite of model-based claims to the contrary, there is little room left to doubt that CO2-induced global warming will NOT lead to increases in the frequency and magnitude of storms.

Journal Reviews
ENSO: A Permanent Feature of a Future Warmer World?: It's what many a climate alarmist has predicted. But is it true?

Dust Deposits at the Bottom of the Aral Sea: What do they reveal about the planet's climatic history?

Rapid Physiological Responses of the European Green Crab to Rising Temperatures: Another species demonstrates that it has the capacity to do what it needs to do to successfully cope with projected global warming.

As the World Warms: Trees and Shrubs Proliferating in Sweden: Does the phenomenon represent a return to the good old days?

Tree Growth in the Swedish Sub-Arctic: Setting New Records: Another example of the fact that in response to increasing temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations, plants proliferate.

Evolutionary and Adaptive Responses of Coral-Algal Symbioses to Potential Future Warming: Can they develop fast enough to survive the wildest nightmares of the world's climate alarmists?

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