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Volume 16 Number 48:  27 November 2013

Editorial
The Strange "Global Warming" of the Antarctic Peninsula: There hasn't been a heat wave there since the start of temperature measurements.

Subject Index Summary
Growth Response to CO2 with Other Variables (Ozone: Aspen Trees): Trees grown in CO2-enriched air nearly always exhibit increased rates of photosynthesis and biomass production, while trees grown in ozone (O3)-enriched air tend to experience the opposite effects. So what happens when both of these trace constituents of the atmosphere increase together? This question is explored below with respect to the most widely distributed tree species of North America: quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.).

Journal Reviews
Simulating the MJO and Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves: What kind of progress has - or has not - been made lately?

Modeling the South American Monsoon System: How well has it been done to date?

The Indian Ocean Dipole in CMIP5 Models: How accurately is it portrayed?

Long-Term Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Plant-Insect Interactions: Are they preponderantly positive, negative or neutral?

Climate Change Impacts on Wheat Production in Central Asia: What are they? ... and what do they portend about the future food security of the region?

Spinach for Space Travel: What's CO2 got to do with it?