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Volume 17 Number 27:  2 July 2014

Editorial
Earth's Coral Reefs: Probing Their Past to Foretell Their Future: What have we learned so far?

Subject Index Summary
Herbivory (Herbaceous Plants): As the air's CO2 content continues to rise, what can one expect of herbivores? Will their appetites and numbers increase? Or will plants become more resistant to them? This review deals with relationships that have been observed between various plant pests and their herbaceous hosts in both ambient and CO2-enriched air.

Journal Reviews
A High-Arctic Feedback to Climate Warming: Does it lead to even more warming? ... or does it work in the opposite direction?

Cold Tongue and Warm Pool ENSO Events in CMIP5 Models: How well are they represented? We count the ways in which they continue to fail.

CMIP5 Models Simulating Southeast Pacific Stratocumulus Clouds: How well do they do?

Stress Impacts on Grassland Productivity in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World: Would they likely be enhanced or reduced relative to what they are today?

Global Climate Change and Red Seaweed Production in China: Why are we concerned about the effect of the former on the latter? ... and what is that effect?

Effects of Ocean Acidification on Foraminifera in Seabed Sediments: What are they? ... and how significant are they?