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Volume 9 Number 38:  20 September 2006

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

Editorial
The Retreating Glaciers of Kilimanjaro: Their behavior throughout the 20th century appears to be a consequence of late 19th-century "relic climate change."

Medieval Warm Period Records of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Records of the Week come from Tagus River Estuary, off Lisbon, Portugal and Berre Lagoon, southeast France. To access the entire Medieval Warm Period Project's database, click here.

Subject Index Summary
Aquatic Plant Growth Response to Very High CO2 Concentrations: How high can the air's CO2 content rise and its effects on aquatic plants still remain positive?

Journal Reviews
A Two-Century History of Rainfall in Zimbabwe: Does it reveal a tendency for more extreme dry and wet periods with rising global temperatures, as is routinely predicted to occur by climate alarmists?

Precipitation Variability in Mongolia: Was it affected in any way as the earth recovered from the global chill of the Little Ice Age?

Rhone River Flood Deposits in Lake Le Bourget: What do they tell us about the climatic history of the Northwest Alps of France and much of the rest of Europe?

Methane Bubbling from Siberian Thaw Lakes: What impact is it having on the atmosphere's methane concentration?

Tundra Responses to Experimental Warming: What are they? ... and how do they likely differ from responses to natural warming?