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Volume 8 Number 46:  16 November 2005

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

Editorial
Not All Glaciers Lost Mass Over the Past Quarter-Century: Some, in fact, experienced growth rates that were unmatched since the Little Ice Age.

Subject Index Summaries
War and Social Unrest: Are rising air temperatures and CO2 concentrations more conducive to war or to peace?

Agriculture (Species - Soybean: CO2 vs. Stress of Air Pollution): What happens when rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations help soybeans grow better and produce higher yields but rising concentrations of various air pollutants (chiefly ozone) do the opposite?

Journal Reviews
Climate Model Cloud Simulations: How well are clouds represented in today's climate models?

Historic Streamflow of the Southern Uinta Mountains: How has it varied over the past 350 years?

Global Ocean Productivity: How has it changed over the past two decades?

A 100-Year Forward Look at Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange of an Upland-Oak Forest: Will projected increases in atmospheric CO2 and O3 concentrations, air temperature, and winter precipitation lead to increases or decreases in forest productivity over the coming century?

Potato Prognosis for Mid-21st-Century Europe: Will it be touch-and-go or grow-and-grow?