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Volume 12 Number 27:  8 July 2009

Editorial
The Medieval Climate Anomaly: A new study suggests a scenario by which Europe may have experienced significantly elevated warmth a thousand years ago, while recognizing the fact that the rest of the globe also likely existed in a significantly altered climatic state at that time.

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Carmen Basin, Gulf of California, Mexico.

Subject Index Summary
Evolution (Terrestrial Plants - Natural Vegetation: Drought-Induced): Can natural terrestrial vegetation evolve sufficiently fast to cope with the intensified droughts predicted for the years ahead by the world's climate alarmists?

Journal Reviews
Antarctic Sea Ice Extent: Stillllllll growing! ... and who knows why?

Historical Land Cover Changes in Australia: How have anthropogenic-induced land cover changes from pre-European to modern times impacted climatic extremes experienced over the eastern part of the continent?

The Carbon Status of Earth's Peatlands: How is it affected by global warming?

Carbon Sequestration in China Over the Past Century: Did it increase or decrease? ... what were the factors that caused it to do what it did? ... and what are the implications of what occurred?

That's One Tough Protist!: It can tolerate exposure to CO2 concentrations beyond the wildest imaginations of the world's climate alarmists and still come bounding back.