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Volume 17 Number 28:  9 July 2014

Editorial
Predicting the Unpredictable? ... Some Things Just Can't Be Done: Yet climate alarmists claim greater confidence in their model predictions with each passing year.

Subject Index Summary
Growth Response to CO2 with Other Variables (Water Stress: Grassland Species): An analysis of the post-1994 peer-reviewed scientific literature pertaining to the responses of several grassland species to atmospheric CO2 enrichment, while concurrently experiencing various degrees of water stress, demonstrates that the historic and still-ongoing rise in the atmosphere's CO2 concentration will likely lead to substantial increases in the photosynthetic rates and biomass production of various grassland plants, even in the face of stressful environmental conditions imposed by less-than-optimum soil moisture availability.

Journal Reviews
Moving from CMIP3 to CMIP5: How are the Models Progressing?: Inquiring minds want to know.

Variability and Change as Simulated by CMIP5 Models: How well is it being done?

Regional Model Simulations of the South-Asian Summer Monsoon: How well do the outputs of the models reflect reality?

Some Plants REALLY Love CO2: Would you believe a concentration of 10,000 ppm?

Oscillating pCO2 Concentrations: How They Impact the Effects of Ocean Acidification on Coral Calcification: Do they increase or decrease the negative effect of the phenomenon?

The Last 30 Years of Plant Growth Across the Asia-Pacific Region: How badly has it been hurt by the devastating CO2-induced effects of global warming and climate change?