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Volume 8 Number 40:  5 October 2005

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

Editorial
The Impact of Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions on Calcifying Marine Organisms: Will a continuation of the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content lead to the demise of earth's corals and calcifying plankton?

Subject Index Summaries
Health Effects (Temperature - Hot vs. Cold: North America): What effect does outdoor temperature have on mortality in North America?

Phenolics (Woody Species): How do phenolic concentrations of woody plants respond to increases in the air's CO2 content, and what do the responses portend about the future?

Journal Reviews
A Multi-Proxy Holocene Climate Study of Temperate Eastern Australia: What can this study tell us about natural climate variability over the past 10,000 years in this part of the world?

3600 Years of Scandinavian Summer Temperature Variability: This multi-millennial tree-ring record yields important information about the uniqueness of late 20th-century climate.

Coral Calcification vs. pH and Aragonite Saturation State: Living corals appear to be immune to the physical-chemical constraints climate alarmists keep trying to impose upon them.

Acquiring Extra Plant Nitrogen in a CO2-Enriched World: Where will plants get the extra nitrogen they need to support the extra growth that is typically observed in CO2-enriched air?

Effects of CO2 and Drought on Isoprene Emissions from Agriforest Cottonwood Plantations: What are they?  Why are they important?  And do they amplify or nullify each other?