Yes. That is a complex subject, but an obvious example is
winter storms. Storms contribute to the creation of seasonal ice near
the poles. Storms also push the ice around obscuring feeding habitats
and forcing whales to migrate south. Another obvious weather event is
El Niño. This warm water event causes dramatic weather changes where
ever it occurs. The changes are typically a reduction in productivity
of the environment. This ‘failure’ causes whales to relocate for the
time being in search of food. It can also cause premature mortality
in adults and reduced natality (survivability of newborns).
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