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Volume 13 Number 11:  17 March 2010

Coccolithophores: Are They Genetically Prepared for Ocean Acidification?: Read on ... and decide for yourself.

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Southwest Greenland.

Subject Index Summary
Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants -- Pine Trees: Miscellaneous): Will the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content prove a curse or a blessing to Aleppo and Shortleaf pine trees?

Journal Reviews
Flooding in Switzerland Since 1850: Does it reveal a response to CO2-induced global warming?

Two Centuries of Precipitation and Drought Data from Seoul, Korea: Has the availability of the region's precipitation-derived water increased or decreased, as the earth has recovered from the icy grip of the Little Ice Age?

Global Warming vs. Other Causes of Shifts in Bird Ranges: Is it easy to confuse the two? ... and what are the dangers if we do?

Impacts of Warming on Reproductive Output of a Forest Herb: What are they? ... and what do they imply about the wellbeing of slow-colonizing herbaceous forest-plants in a warming world?

Effects of Increases in Atmospheric CO2 and Nitrogen Deposition on the Productivity of the Terrestrial Biosphere: They can have a powerful tempering influence on the rate of rise of the air's CO2 content and any impact that increased emissions of the trace gas might have on earth's temperature.