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Volume 17 Number 24:  11 June 2014

Editorial
Evolution or Phenotypic Plasticity: How to Survive Climate Change: Both phenomena have been documented to occur in nature. And both seem to do what is needed.

Subject Index Summary
Response of Crustaceans to Ocean Warming: According to the IPCC, CO2-induced global warming will be net harmful to the world's marine species. This summary examines this hypothesis for crustaceans, presenting evidence in opposition to the IPCC's point of view.

Journal Reviews
Modeling Arctic Sea Ice Albedo Under Summer Conditions: How well does the community of CMIP5 models perform in this regard?

Simulations of ENSO by CMIP5 Climate Models: How close do they come to representing reality?

Responses of Freshwater Invertebrates to Climate Change: Are the responses evolutionary or plastic? ... or are they both?

Responses of Terrestrial Invertebrates to Climate Change: Are the responses evolutionary or plastic? ... or are they both?

Fish Adjusting to Climate Change by Plastic & Evolutionary Means: In what specific ways are they doing so? ... and how do they seem to be faring so far?

Marine Phytoplankton Evolving to Cope with Ocean Acidification: Is it only wishful thinking? ... or is it something for which there exists considerable evidence?