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Volume 15 Number 50:  12 December 2012

Editorial
How Corals Can Overcome Ocean Acidification & Global Warming: With knowledge gained almost every passing day, their future looks ever brighter.

Subject Index Summary
Droughts (South America): Are they increasing in frequency or severity in response to the supposedly unprecedented rise in temperature over the past few decades?

Journal Reviews
Paleofloods of the Mediterranean French Alps: How did those of the Little Ice Age compare with those of the Medieval Warm Period?

A Global Analysis of Historical Tropical Cyclone Landfalls: Does it support the climate-alarmist contention that they are increasing in frequency and/or intensity in response to global warming?

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Photosynthetic Induction in two Populus Species: What are they? ... and why are they significant?

Elevated CO2 Helps Barley Cope with Soil Salinity: When increasing soil salinity hurts the most, atmospheric CO2 enrichment helps the most.

The Responses of Pinus taeda Seedlings to Elevated CO2 and Temperature at Both Cool and Warm Sites: What do they suggest about the trees' ability to survive in a future climate such as that which is envisioned by the world's climate alarmists?

Health-Promoting Properties of Three Varieties of Kacip Fatimah: How are they impacted by atmospheric CO2 enrichment?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from the Sea of Azov.

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