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Volume 17 Number 7:  12 February 2014

Editorial
Is Global Climate Becoming More Variable?: Many people claim that it is. However, real-world data, properly analyzed, suggest otherwise.

Subject Index Summary
Medieval Warm Period (North America: United States): Climate alarmists claim that rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations due to the burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, gas and oil, have raised global air temperatures to their highest level in the past one to two millennia. In this summary this contention is evaluated as it pertains to the contiguous 48 states of the United States of America.

Journal Reviews
A 2500-Year Temperature History of the Northern Tibetan Plateau: What does it tell us about the region's current level of warmth, in terms of its degree and source?

Relating to the Reliability of Seasonal to Decadal SST Forecasts: A new study suggests climate modelers still have a way to go ... even for short-term forecasts.

A Climate Model that Apparently Produces No Realistic Predictions: What's going on here?

Central Asia Wheat Production in Two Climate Change Scenarios: Does the future look bright or not-so-bright?

CO2 Enrichment of a Highly-Prized Chinese Medicinal Herb: Can the wonder-working gas make the herb even more highly-prized?

Effects of Ocean Acidification on Juvenile Massive Porites Corals: Will the youngsters soon be dissolving away? ... right before our very eyes?