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Volume 15 Number 25:  20 June 2012

Millennial-Scale Climate Variability: It's the Norm!: A special issue of Deep-Sea Research II adds to the wealth of evidence for a millennial-scale oscillation of Earth's climate between cooler and warmer conditions.

Subject Index Summary
Extreme Temperatures (North America): One of the projected negative consequences of global warming is a concomitant increase in climatic variability, including more frequent hot weather events. It is a relatively easy matter to either substantiate or refute such claims by examining trends in extreme temperatures over the past century or so; because if global warming has truly been occurring at an unprecedented rate over the past hundred years, as climate alarmists claim it has, temperature variability and extreme temperature events should be increasing, according to them. Therefore, this review investigates this issue as it pertains to locations in North America.

Journal Reviews
Update on Remotely-Sensed Antarctic Sea Ice Extent: How has it varied over the era of satellite coverage?

Land-Use Conflicts in the African Sahel: Have they typically been driven by climate change?

Acidified Seawater: Does It Always Depress Calcification?: The answer may surprise you.

Photosynthetic Responses to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment in the Long-Term Duke Forest Face Experiment: What were the responses? ... and how long were they sustained?

Terrestrial "Greening" and "Browning" in Time and Space: What has happened to the vegetation of the planet between 1982 and 2008?

Ginger: It's More Than Just a Culinary Spice: ... and atmospheric CO2 enrichment does more for it than merely making it grow better.

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