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Volume 15 Number 4:  25 January 2012

Editorial
The Future of Brazilian Biofuel Production: What are the implications for Amazonia?

Subject Index Summary
Hurricanes (Atlantic Ocean - Global Warming Effects: Frequency, The Past Century): Have tropical storms and hurricanes of the Atlantic Ocean become more numerous over the past century, in response to what climate alarmists describe as unprecedented global warming?

Journal Reviews
A High-Intensity Hurricane Record Preserved in a Florida Sinkhole: What does it suggest about the impact of the historical increase in the air's CO2 content on the frequency of the most intense category of hurricanes?

Snowfall Regimes within the Italian Alps: How well are they represented by general circulation models of the atmosphere?

Species Assigned to Climate Envelopes in a Warming World: Why the approach is much too simplistic to use as a guide to how real-life plants and animals react to climate change.

Sea Stars - with Missing Arms! - Experiencing Ocean Acidification: Can they adequately cope with such a devastating double whammy?

Cadmium Stress in Perennial Ryegrass: How is it impacted by atmospheric CO2 enrichment?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Storegga Slide, Southwestern Norwegian Continental Margin.

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Serpent Star [Ophiura ophiura] (Wood et al., 2010; net calcification from regenerated arms 40 days after exposure to low pH). To access the entire database, click here.