How does rising atmospheric CO2 affect marine organisms?

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Volume 13 Number 1:  6 January 2010

The New Ten Contentions of the Coral Reef Research Gods: Their hubris knows no bounds.

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Jacaf Fjord, Northern Patagonia, Chile.

Subject Index Summary
Extinction (Land and Water Resource Availability): Unless the air's CO2 content continues to rise, mankind will drive most of the planet's wildlife to extinction in mere decades, simply by taking the land and water our biospheric companions depend upon for their sustenance to provide for our sustenance.

Journal Reviews
The Little Ice Age in the Atlantic Warm Pool: How strong was it? ... and what are the implications of the finding?

The Glaciers of Greenland: When were they most extensive during the Holocene?

Calcifying Coccolithophores off the California Coast: How have they responded to the past century of rising sea surface temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations?

Coral Responses to Recurring Disturbances on Saint-Leu Reef: After being battered to the point of oblivion by massive cyclones - twice - and after suffering multiple major bleaching events, Saint-Leu's corals have made some amazing comebacks over the last sixty years.

Responses of 18 Benthic Marine Calcifiers to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment: How similar or different are they? ... and what do they imply about the future?