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Volume 15 Number 24:  13 June 2012

Editorial
Plant Responses to Significant and Rapid Global Warming: In light of most model assessments of the climatic effects of anthropogenic CO2 emissions, many climate alarmists claim that great numbers of plant species will suffer extinction. However ...

Subject Index Summary
Floods (North America): Will floods become more severe and more frequent in response to greenhouse gas-induced global warming, as climate alarmists say they will? We get a pretty good clue from another question that can be answered with real-world data: Has flooding in North America intensified in response to the post-Little Ice Age warming that climate alarmists claim is primarily due to that very cause?

Journal Reviews
The Theory of Warmth-Induced Amplification of Extreme Weather Events: What does an unprecedented real-world tree-ring-based hydroclimatic reconstruction of the past millennium for Central Europe suggest about the subject?

Warmth and Peace in the Roman Classical Period: The two were contemporaneous.

Dying from Particulate Air Pollution on Hot and Cold Days in Shanghai, China: Which temperature regime renders particulate matter-induced deaths more numerous?

Nitrogen Cycling within Forests Growing in a Warmer World: How is the phenomenon impacted: for better or for worse?

The Greening of China as Seen from Satellites: Has the positive trend established between 1982 and 1999 continued into the 21st century?

Fifty Years of Increasing Tree Densities on South African Savannas: What has been the primary stimulant of the phenomenon?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway.

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