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Volume 15 Number 36:  5 September 2012

Editorial
Will Rising Seas Swamp Sydney, Australia by Century's End?: The Australian government is promoting the idea that they will.

Subject Index Summary
Glaciers (Africa): What role has global warming played in the disappearing snows of Kilimanjaro over the past few decades, if any?

Journal Reviews
Simulating Earth's Southern Ocean and Its Climate: How well - or how not so well - does the newest version (4) of the Community Climate System Model perform in this regard?

US East Coast Winter Storms: Are They Becoming More Extreme?: Climate alarmists claim that almost every type of storm has been getting more extreme as the planet warms. So how about this one?

North Atlantic Storms: Medieval Warm Period vs. Little Ice Age: Was north Atlantic storminess more extreme during the period of greater relative warmth (MWP) or greater relative coolness (LIA)?

Acclimation of a Cold-Water Coral to Ocean Acidification: Rome wasn't built in a day; and neither did the transplanted coral adapt in an instant. But adapt it did!

Global vs. Local Stressors of Calcifying Organisms on Australia's Great Barrier Reef: Which is by far the most serious of the two types of stressors?

The Long-Distance Gene Flow of Trees: Does it have the potential to enable forests to adequately cope with rapid climate change?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Lake Hvítárvatn, Central Iceland.

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 [Calanus sinicus]. To access the entire database, click here.