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Volume 15 Number 45:  7 November 2012

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

Journal Reviews
Holocene Floods of China's Jinghe River: Were they more common in warmer or cooler periods?

Increasing Greenhouse Gas Concentrations and Climatic Extremes: Have the former been enhancing the latter?

Coccolithophores in the Bay of Biscay: An exemplary example of how they are confounding ocean-acidification alarmists.

Mussels Living in Extremely Acidic Water on a Submarine Volcano: It may sound like fantasy, but its reality.

Trophic Mismatches of Five Seabirds and Their Piscivorous Prey: Presumably driven by climate change, how harmful has this phenomenon become for seabirds?

Red Squirrel Responses to Regional Warming: Plastic or Genetic?: ... or both?

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