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Volume 17 Number 34:  20 August 2014

Editorial
Three Decades of Global Vegetation Land Cover Change: Do real-world data support the dire warnings of the world's climate alarmists?

Subject Index Summary
Medieval Warm Period (Europe: Southern): Was there really a Medieval Warm Period in Europe? To cut to the end of the story, there certainly was. But let's take a little time in getting there and review some of the evidence for that declaration that has come out of Southern Europe.

Journal Reviews
A 300-Year Record of Drought in the Chinese Loess Plateau: Recent drought in this region is not unprecedented and is more likely the product of natural, as opposed to anthropogenic, forcings.

The Melting of West Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier: Is it driven by CO2-induced global warming, as many a climate alarmist is keen to suggest?

The Dual Benefits of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment of Alfalfa: By helping both leaves and stems, it enables the crop to better serve two different purposes.

Shelf-Margin Fossil Corals of the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas Coast: Are they an echo of the past? ... or a harbinger of the future? Or are they a little bit of each?

Mediterranean Cold-Water Corals Exposed to Ocean Acidification: Are they helped or hindered by declining seawater pH? ... or do they maintain their status quo?

Red Sea Corals that Defy Bleaching During Bleaching Conditions: What scientists are learning about them ... and what they still have left to learn.