CO2 Science Weekly Journal Reviews: Sept. 19, 2012
Low arctic tundra (winter) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The following are the latest CO2 Science magazine Journal Reviews. You can also read their latest editorial here, First Generation Biofuels: Good or Bad for Man and the Biosphere?
Chipping Away at the Hockeystick: The consistent and continuous acquisition of new palaeo-climatic data demonstrates ever more convincingly that the IPCC claim that the earth is currently warmer than it has been at any other time throughout the past millennium or more is most probably false.
Three and a Half Centuries of Droughts in the American Southeast: What do the data suggest about the region's vulnerability to this type of extreme weather?
The Little Ice Age in West Antarctica: Was it synchronous with the Little Ice Age in the Northern Hemisphere?
Greening of the Arctic Tundra: As Arctic temperatures have risen over the past four decades, so too has the growth of various forms of the region's vegetation.
The Thermal Optimality of Entire Ecosystems: All of life appears to be programed to be able to positively respond to rising temperatures.
Antioxidant Enzyme Responses of Winter Wheat to Drought Stress: How are they impacted by a doubling of the air's CO2 content?