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Volume 16 Number 13:  27 March 2013

More Problems with Decadal Climate-Model Prediction Skills: Are we ever going to be able to resolve them?

Subject Index Summary
Storms (North Atlantic Ocean): Relative coolness, as opposed to relative warmth, typically leads to more extreme storms in the North Atlantic Ocean region, which is just the opposite of what the world's climate alarmists continue to contend should happen as temperatures rise.

Journal Reviews
Seasonal Flow Regimes of UK Rivers: How do they compare with climate model projections?

On the Road to Predicting Changes in the Asian Summer Monsoon: Are we there yet?

Predicting Decadal to Multi-Decadal Variability in Precipitation: How well do the new CMIP5 models do?

Xylogenesis in Black Spruce Trees of Canadian Boreal Forests: Has the trees' formation of wood changed much over the past six decades?

Hydrologic Variability Effects on Dryland Ecosystems: One would think they would be devastating. However ...

Desert Plants in a Warming World of More Variable Precipitation: Just how soon can the unfortunate flora be expected to meet their doom?

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Crustose Coralline Algae [Hydrolithon onkodes]. To access the entire database, click here.