The debate over the environmental consequences of the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content continues as intensely as ever.  With climate alarmists flooding popular media outlets with unrealistic horror stories of what the future will bring, the populace of the planet is getting a warped perspective of the issue.  Please help us correct this situation by telling your friends about CO2 Science and encouraging them to visit our website to learn the scientific facts of the matter.

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Journal Reviews
Problems of CMIP5 Climate Models with Tropical Low Clouds: How many problems are there? ... and why do they remain unsolved?

Land-Falling Tropical Cyclones of Southern China's Guangdong Province: How did their yearly numbers and intensities vary from 1965 to 2007?

Simulating the North Atlantic European Regional Climate: How is it affected by model-induced North Atlantic sea surface temperature errors?

A Tale of Non-Obligate Macroalgal Calcifers, Sea Urchins and CO2: How do CO2 emissions from seabed volcanic vents impact the two biological entities and the relationship that exists between them?

Effects of Future Heat Waves on Pine and Oak Tree Photosynthesis: How greater atmospheric CO2concentrations might moderate their negative impacts.

Microevolution in Alaskan Pink Salmon in Response to Warming: What has it involved, how has it occurred, and what has been the result?

Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Foraminifera [<em>Marginopora rossi</em>]. To access the entire database, click here.

Plant Growth Database
Our latest results of plant growth responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment obtained from experiments described in the peer-reviewed scientific literature are: Pokeweed (Song <em>et al</em>., 2012) and Robusta Poplar(Wang <em>et al</em>., 2012).

[img src="" align="right" border="1">Medieval Warm Period Project
Was there a Medieval Warm Period? YES, according to data published by <em>1150</em><em> individual scientists</em> from <em>663</em><em> research institutions</em> in <em>46</em><em> different countries</em> ... and counting! Our latest Medieval Warm Period Record comes from the Southern Okinawa Trough, East China Sea. To access the entire Medieval Warm Period Project's database, click here.

World Temperatures Database 
Back by popular demand and upgraded to allow patrons more choices to plot and view the data, we reintroduce the World Temperatures section of our website. Here, users may plot temperatures for the entire globe or regions of the globe. A newly added feature allows patrons the ability to plot up to six independent datasets on the same graph. Try it today. World Temperatures Database.

Climate Change Reconsidered
The 2011 Interim Report of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change: We provide a link to this report as a courtesy and encourage all to download and read it. The<em>2011 Interim Report</em> presents an overview of the research on climate change that has appeared since publication of <em>Climate Change Reconsidered: The 2009 Report of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change</em>. Research published before 2009 was included if it did not appear in the 2009 report or provides context for the new research. Nearly all of the research summarized here appeared in peer-reviewed science journals.