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Volume 16 Number 10:  6 March 2013

Editorial
Global Mean Sea Level: Is It Accelerating? ... Or Is It Not?: What's the latest word on the subject?

Subject Index Summary
Heat Waves: In response to an increase in mean global air temperature, the world's climate alarmists contend there will be more frequent and stronger extremes of various weather phenomena, including what would seem almost assured: more frequent and extreme high temperatures and heat waves. But is this really so?

Journal Reviews
Recent Warming of the Antarctic Peninsula: Has it truly been unprecedented over the past millennium or more, as climate alarmists typically contend?

Mediterranean Precipitation Simulated by CMIP5 Climate Models: How good a job do they do?

Life in the Turbid Zone: Can Corals Cope with Conditions Long Thought to be Deadly to Them?: A number of them can.

Would Sea Anemones Survive in a High-CO2 World of the Future?: Not only would they survive, they would likely thrive.

Seagrasses Enable Nearby Corals to Withstand Ocean Acidification: Where has it been observed? ... and how has it been accomplished?

Calcification in Ancient and Modern Coccolithophores: How have things changed over time?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from the Southern Okinawa Trough, East China Sea.

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