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Volume 15 Number 49:  5 December 2012

Editorial
Carbon Dioxide and Cassava: Feeding the World's Undernourished: What can the rising atmospheric CO2 concentration do to help?

Subject Index Summary
Tropical Cyclones (Atlantic Ocean - Global Warming Effects: Intensity): In spite of the model-based climate-alarmist claim that rising temperatures lead to more intense Atlantic Basin hurricanes, real-world data fail to support this contention.

Journal Reviews
Effects of Global Warming on Precipitation in Guangdong Province, China: Has the former phenomenon raised havoc with the latter, as climate alarmists often contend it has?

Streamflow Trends in Nepal Since the 1960s: How have they responded to the concomitant warming of the globe?

Coral vs. Algal Competition As Influenced by Human Activity: Of which side - coral or algae - is humanity the greater foe?

Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and Pine Bark Beetles: Does the former phenomenon have any effect on what the latter creatures have for dinner?

If Temperatures Rise, Can Earth's Corals Take the Heat?: In a word, YES!

Climate Change and Winter Wheat Yields in Northern China: How has the former affected the latter?

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] (hatching success). To access the entire database, click here.