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A Climate-Driven Functional Inversion of Connected Marine Ecosystems (Current Biology)
 




McLean et al. show that climate-induced changes in fishes` distributions and abundances between two connected ecosystems caused inverse shifts in functional structure, primarily driven by pelagic species with rapid life histories. Future climate change could trigger similar functional shifts with profound consequences for ecosystem functioning.


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