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Volume 11 Number 24:  11 June 2008

The Downward Spiral of Global Amphibian Populations: Has it been caused by global warming, an emerging infectious disease, or a global-warming-driven infectious disease?

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from the Kuujjua River Region, Western Victoria Island, Northwest Territories, Canada.

Subject Index Summary
Floods (General): Are floods increasing in frequency and intensity in response to global warming, as climate alarmists say they should?

Journal Reviews
Coral Bleaching and Recovery in Dubai over the Past Decade: How bad was the former? How good was the latter?

Acclimation to Thermal Stress in Reef-Building Corals: Just how rapidly can it occur?

Humans, Cosmetic Sunscreens and Coral Reefs: Sunscreens are good for humans, but a new study suggests we should leave them at home when visiting the beach.

Phytoplankton Calcification in a CO2-Accreting Ocean: Does it drop lower and lower as the atmosphere's CO2 concentration rises higher and higher, as has been suggested by a host of theoretical studies?