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Volume 16 Number 22:  29 May 2013

Editorial
Cold-Climate Crises: How have they operated over the past millennium? ... and why?

Subject Index Summary
Methane (Agricultural Emissions): We can be cautiously optimistic about our agricultural intervention capabilities and their capacity to help stem the tide of Earth's historically-rising atmospheric methane concentration, which could take a huge bite out of methane-induced global warming.

Journal Reviews
Three Hundred Years of Western Mediterranean Precipitation: What do the data reveal about the impact of concomitant global warming over the most recent century?

Simulating the Southwestern Indian Ocean's Seychelles Dome: How well does the current crop of climate models perform in this regard?

Changes in Avian Migration Timing: Phenotypic Plasticity or Microevolution?: Or is it phenotypic plasticity and microevolution?

The Drought Tolerance of Grasslands: Are they equipped to survive the increases in drought frequency and severity that are projected by state-of-the-art climate models?

Corn Production in the USA Is Already Adapting to Warming: So what's the longer-term outlook for the crop?

The Good (CO2), the Bad (O3) and the End Result ... for Palak: How ugly does it get? ... and just what is palak?

Medieval Warm Period Project
The latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Lake Gahai, Northern Tibetan Plateau, China.

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Irish Moss [Chondrus crispus]. To access the entire database, click here.