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Volume 15 Number 31:  1 August 2012

Editorial
Real Climate Change in a Real Greenhouse: Its Impact on Tomatoes: The ingenuity of man proves to be of great value in this real-world demonstration of manmade "climate change" within a greenhouse.

Subject Index Summary
Weather Extremes (Hail): Climate alarmists contend that various types of extreme weather events become both more frequent and more extreme as the world warms; and in this regard, hail is one of the extreme weather phenomena they believe will wreak havoc on society in the future. But have hail events gotten any worse over the period of time during which climate alarmists claim the planet's mean surface air temperature rose at a rate and to a level that was unprecedented over the past one to two millennia?

Journal Reviews
Rate of Sea Level Rise: Predictions vs. Measurements: Which of the two approaches appears to be winning?

Regional Climate Models: How Well Do They Work?: More specifically, how well do they predict urban precipitation extremes in the United States?

Twelve Hundred Years of Winter Surface Air Temperatures in Svalbard and Northern Norway: What do they reveal about the warmth of the Medieval Warm Period at the two locations?

Trees of the Last Ice Age: Gasping for the breath of life (CO2), they eked out a sluggardly existence for several thousand years.

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Coral Calcification: It Makes a Huge Difference Whether the Coral is Dead or Alive!: Who would have thunk it???

The Carbon Debts of Land-Use Changes for Biodiesel Production: How long would it take to pay them off? ... and what are the implications of the answer?

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