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Volume 12 Number 42:  21 October 2009

Editorial
The Impact of Soil Nitrogen Availability on Global Warming: Is it positive, negative or neutral?

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Mixing Zone of the Kuroshio and Oyashio Currents, Off the Coast of Japan.

Subject Index Summary
Extinction (Real-World Observations - Plants: Migrating): Earth's plants are capable of adapting to significant global warming, especially when the air's CO2 content rises concurrently, as well as opportunistically extending their ranges when temperatures rise.

Journal Reviews
Arctic vs. Global Air Temperature Change: Do climate models have the relationship right?

Climate Change and Australian Bushfire Property Losses: How much would you expect Australian bushfire-related property losses to have increased over the past half-century of supposedly "unprecedented" global warming?

The Response of Coastal Marshes to Global Warming: Is it positive or negative?

Water Fleas and Global Warming: Will they be able to take the heat predicted for the end of the century?

Coral Reefs of Northern Tanzania: How have they fared in the face of increased climatic disturbance and increased fisheries management?