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Volume 16 Number 47:  20 November 2013

Editorial
Fine-Tuning the Spatial Distributions of Species' Thermal Habitats: It makes a world of difference when assessing their ability to avoid warming-induced extinction.

Subject Index Summary
Forests (Modern Growth Trends): Climate alarmists contend that the past century or so has experienced unprecedented increases in both atmospheric CO2 concentrations and air temperatures. And claiming that both of these environmental changes are bad for the biosphere, they have not hesitated to single out earth's trees as major recipients of negative environmental impacts. But is this really so? If it is, we should see evidence of it in modern growth trends of the world's forests, which was one of the chief reasons for researchers conducting the studies whose results are described in this summary paper.

Journal Reviews
The Amundsen-Bellingshausen Seas Low in CMIP5 Climate Models: How well do the models describe its behavior?

Modeling the West African Monsoon: How is it going?

Cloud Tuning in a Malleable Climate Model: Why is it a dangerous thing to do?

Elevated CO2 Reduces Ceratocystis Wilt in Two Eucalyptus Clones: Except for the details, the title of the reviewed article pretty much tells it all.

The Impacts of Business-As-Usual Projected Altered Temperature, Salinity and pCO2 on Filamentous Cyanobacteria of the Baltic Sea: What might the consequences be?

Responses of Marine Benthic Microalgae to Declining pH Values: What are they? ... out in the real world of nature?