A climate system known as the North Pacific High may be causing western ecosystems to sync up, and the effect could increase as a result of continued climate change, research suggests. This may be a threat to biodiversity because it reduces the natural variation that promotes species resilience.
How coastal weather systems affect Western ecosystems
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