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Volume 15 Number 40:  3 October 2012

Editorial
The Importance of Long-Term Temperature and CO2 Data: A paper about the Late Bronze Age civilization collapse throughout the Eastern Mediterranean and the subsequent Greek Dark Ages has prompted us to appreciate anew the incredulousness of climate-alarmist genuflexing before the altar of CO2-induced global warming.

Subject Index Summary
Vegetative Storage Proteins: In CO2-enriched air, these special nitrogen-storing proteins are created in greater amounts in the leaves of perennial plants, where they are stored over winter and from whence they are transferred to newly-developing second-year leaves to give them a huge boost in their initial development.

Journal Reviews
Glaciers of the Russian High Arctic: Are they losing or gaining ice mass? ... or are they maintaining the status quo?

Simulating the Equatorial Pacific Cold Tongue: A plethora of problems haunt IPCC AR4 coupled GCMs.

The MWP at the Tivoli North Bay of New York's Hudson Estuary: The case for a global Medieval Warm Period grows stronger by the week.

Phytoremediation of Cadmium-Contaminated Soil: The Role of CO2: What role does atmospheric CO2 enrichment play? ... and how well does it play it?

Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in a CO2-Enriched Sweetgum Plantation: What do the results of an eleven-year experiment reveal about the long-term soil carbon sequestration potential of earth's trees?

The Vegetative Status of the Circumpolar Arctic Tundra: How has it changed over the past three decades?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Northern Sweden and Finland.

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 [Centropages tenuiremis]. To access the entire database, click here.