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Volume 17 Number 16:  16 April 2014

Editorial
The Real Human Impacts on the Corals of Almirante Bay, Panama: How do they compare with the imagined impacts that climate alarmists decry most vociferously?

Subject Index Summary
Medieval Warm Period (North America: Canada 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 Canada and other regions north of the lower 48 United States of America.

Journal Reviews
Four Centuries of Reconstructed Streamflow Data for a Utah River: What does the motherload of new information suggest about the impact of 20th-century warming on periods of drought and flooding?

CMIP5 Model Simulations of the Earth's Western Pacific Monsoon: How good are they?

Evaluating CFSv2 Seasonal Hindcasts for the Period 1983-2010: What has the process revealed about the ocean-atmosphere model results?

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in a Changing Global Environment: What role do they play? ... and how well do they play it?

Wheat Production in a CO2-Enriched World of the Future: What would likely happen if temperatures rise and precipitation declines concurrently?

Carbon Sequestration via Agricultural-Crop Phytoliths in China: Just what are phytoliths? ... and how do they do what they do??