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Volume 16 Number 12:  20 March 2013

Editorial
The Trend in Global Drought Over the Past Six Decades: What has it been?

Subject Index Summary
Drought (North America - United States: Eastern): Based on computer model projections, climate alarmists are concerned that global warming will usher in a period of more frequent and intense drought. Such concern is herein investigated as it pertains to the eastern portion of the United States.

Journal Reviews
CMIP3 Models Simulating Temperature and Precipitation in China: How well do they do?

Simulated Climate Change Impacts on Streamflow in Vietnam's Be River Catchment: What is the greatest source of uncertainty in climate model projections?

How Does a Nondescript Shrimp Deal with Rising Temperatures?: Just like a whole lot of other organisms do.

Lowly Plants Turning Back Landward Advances of Rising Seas: How is it done?

The Areal Expansion of Erect Shrubs and Trees in the Low Arctic: How, and from whence, were the new data derived?

Vegetative Growth in China: It's Response to Climate Stressors: As temperature and drought stress have intensified over the past few decades, vegetation growth in China has (pick one): increased, decreased or stayed the same?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from the Middle and Southern Urals, Russia.

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