The Significance of El Niño and Its Impacts (2014)

This event (December 2014), shows the significance of El Niño […]

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Climate State

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May 22, 2015

This event (December 2014), shows the significance of El Niño through observations—satellite, in situ, and model simulations—its physical mechanisms and associated biological and biogeochemical impacts, with a focus on the Equatorial Pacific and South America. The event provides a detailed discussion on seasonal ENSO forecasts and will bridge together knowledge from other domestic and international agencies to provide a complete understanding of ENSO.

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