Global Warming Good for Biodiversity? Only at a Big Cost

Climate Central: A study just out in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences is both important and confusing -- important for people who know how to read through a scientific paper, and confusing for the rest of us. It's confusing because the bottom line is that biodiversity -- that is, the richness of species -- is likely to improve in a warmer world. Since ecosystems with high biodiversity are the healthiest and most resilient, this is presumably a good thing. But it doesn't seem to square with what......

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