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Volume 12 Number 8:  25 February 2009

Editorial
More Evidence for Solar-Driven Climate Change: What is it? ... and how sound does it appear to be?

Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week
This issue's Medieval Warm Period Record of the Week comes from Tebenkof Glacier, Northern Kenai Mountains, Souther Alaska, USA.

Subject Index Summary
Coral Reefs (Responses to Solar Radiation Stress): Life everywhere must struggle against the elements; and corals are no exception. In fact, they possess numerous adaptive capacities that enable them to blunt the negative impacts of environmental extremes, such as high values of solar irradiance.

Journal Reviews
Natural and Anthropogenic Influences on Earth's Climate: What warmed the world between 1889 and 2006?

Droughts of East-Central North America: What drives their periodic occurrence?

The Tide Gauge Record of Brest, France: What do the data imply about the role of CO2 in sea level change?

Grape and Wine Responses to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment: What can a 50% increase in the air's CO2 content do for grape quantity and wine quality?

Wheat Seedling Flavonoid Concentrations: How are they impacted by elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations?