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Volume 15 Number 46:  14 November 2012

Editorial
More Evidence for a Truly Global Little Ice Age: What is the most recent example of a host of such evidence coming from Antarctica? ... and why do we care?

Subject Index Summary
Droughts (Africa): Have African droughts gotten any worse as mean global air temperature has risen to a level that climate alarmists claim is unprecedented over the past one to two thousand years?

Journal Reviews
Eighty Years of Extreme Snowfalls and Snow Depths in Switzerland: Are the long-term trends rising or falling? ... or are they staying about the same?

The Virtues (Or Not) of Alternative Energy Sources vs. Fossil Fuels: Ever more research is indicating that alternative energy sources may not be all they've been cracked up to be.

Effects of Declining Arctic Sea Ice on Biogenic Sulfate Aerosols: They might possibly lead to a significant negative feedback to modern Arctic warming.

Effects of Ocean Warming and Acidification on an Antarctic Echinoid: Does the climate-alarmist "double whammy" spell the end of the species?

Elevated CO2 Enhances Health-Promoting Properties of Oil Palms: Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations do a whole lot more than merely increase plant growth rates; they dramatically increase their concentrations of human-health-promoting substances.

The Intrinsic Water Use Efficiency of Spruce Trees in China's Xinglong Mountains: How has it varied over the past two centuries?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Lake Erlongwan, Jilin Province, Northeast China.

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.