Category: South America Did Not Exist What Would Happen To The Gulfstream And Thus The Weather In Western Europe?

The Impact of a Nonexistent Isthmus: Dissecting the Gulfstream’s Influence on Western Europe’s Weather

The importance of the isthmus between North and South America The Isthmus of Panama, the narrow strip of land between North and South America, is of immense geographic and climatic importance. If the isthmus did not exist, it would have profound effects on the Gulf Stream and weather patterns in Western Europe. This article examines