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Volume 17 Number 22:  28 May 2014

Editorial
War and Peace in China: The Roles of Drought and Sweet Potatoes: By small and simple things are great things brought to pass.

Subject Index Summary
Response of Marine Plants to Changes in Temperature: According to the IPCC, CO2-induced global warming will be net harmful to the world's marine species. One consequence of such harm, is a projected decline in ocean productivity. And in light of what the IPCC frequently refers to as the unprecedented modern rise in global temperature, it might reasonably be expected there should already be signs of a major negative impact on oceanic productivity. Yet the studies highlighted in this summary yield little evidence in support of the IPCC point of view.

Journal Reviews
A Multi-Regional Climate Model Hindcast for Africa: How well does it represent recent reality?

The Medieval Warm Period on the Northeastern Tibetan Plateau: How did its temperature compare with that of the Current Warm Period?

Birds Evolving Tolerance to Avian Malaria in Hawai'i: Is it natural selection to the rescue?

Growing More Tasty and Health-Promoting Greenhouse Tomatoes: Can a compost pile merely sitting in the center of the greenhouse provide any help?

Old Trees: The Bigger They Are, The More Carbon They Sequester: New data overturn an old concept.

Temperatures Rising in Wheat Fields? There's a Cultivar for That!: A two-decade study out of Romania provides a glimpse of the incredible genetic potential of one of man's most important food crops to cope with one of the most important vagaries of nature.