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Volume 7 Number 15:  14 April 2004

Temperature Record of the Week
This issue's Temperature Record of the week is from Bremo Bluff, Virginia. Visit our U.S. Climate Data section to plot and view these data for yourself.

Editorial
Anthropogenic Aerosol Uncertainties: What do they imply about our current understanding of human-induced climate change?

Subject Index Summaries
Little Ice Age (Global): Was the Little Ice Age really a global phenomenon, as opposed to the climate-alarmist contention that it only held sway in regions surrounding the North Atlantic Ocean?  Of course it was.

Moss: How is its carbon sequestering ability affected by elevated levels of atmospheric CO2?

Journal Reviews
South China Sea Surface Temperatures Since 1943: How have they changed over the years?

The Sand Dunes of Saskatchewan: As the planet continues to fry, are their sand grains starting to fly?

Fire and Climate Change: Are They Related?: We heard a lot about fires last summer, with many people blaming them on global warming.  But what do historical data suggest about the subject?

Atmospheric CO2 and Allergies: Are They Related?: Some say they are; but maybe they aren't.

Nitrate vs. Ammonium: Which is the Best Source of Nitrogen for Plants in a CO2-Enriched World?: For some plants it's one, for some it's the other.  And for some it doesn't make a bit of difference.