How does rising atmospheric CO2 affect marine organisms?

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Volume 16 Number 44:  30 October 2013

Drought-Prone Rangelands in a Warming World: Can they "take a licking and keep on ticking," as the old saw goes?

Subject Index Summary
Antarctica (Temperature): From the birth and death of ice ages to the decadal meanderings of modern-day weather patterns, studies of Antarctica bear witness to the fact that the atmosphere's CO2 concentration is not a major player in bringing about significant changes in earth's climate.

Journal Reviews
Sinking Islands: Fact or Fiction?: What do studies of historical area and shoreline changes of reef islands reveal?

Hot Times on the Kamchatka Peninsula: They even put the Medieval Warm Period to shame.

Larval Development of Barnacles in a Future CO2-Enriched Ocean: Just how slow might the process go?

Molecules and Mechanisms that Precipitate Carbonates in Corals: How much do we really know about them?

Neotropical Wet Forest Diversity: More Responsive to Temperature or CO2?: The authors reach far back in time to determine the answer to this provocative question.

The Delayed Benefits of Larval-Stage Stresses in a Marine Fish: What are they? ... why are they delayed? ... and what is their ultimate virtue?