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Volume 16 Number 29:  17 July 2013

Editorial
Climate Change Conversations: Establishment Scientists Getting It Wrong: A little more humility would appear to be in order.

Subject Index Summary
Medieval Warm Period (North America: Mexico Plus): Climate alarmists claim that rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations due to the burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, gas and oil, have raised global air temperatures to their highest level in the past one to two millennia. In this summary this contention is evaluated as it pertains to North American countries located south of the United States.

Journal Reviews
Holocene Temperatures at the Western Greenland Ice Sheet Margin: What do they imply about Little Ice Age-to-Current Warm Period warming?

Tropical Precipitation Extremes: How Well Are They Modeled?: And why?

Southern Ocean Bottom Water Formation in CMIP5 Models: How realistic - or not - is it?

The Long-Term Fate of Organic Carbon in Semiarid Grassland Soil: How does it impact the rate-of-rise of the atmosphere's CO2 concentration?

Corals Moving Northward in the Western Mediterranean Seas: What do we know about the phenomenon? ... how did we learn it? ... and why is it so important?

Synergies Among Stressors: Reducing One to Reduce the Effect of the Other: When there is little that can be done about a global stressor, reducing a local stressor can often reduce the impact of the global stressor as well.

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Mediterranean Crustose Coralline Alga [Lithophyllum cabiochae] (summer growth conditions). To access the entire database, click here.