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Scientists look wider and deeper to predict the next El Niño

from EARTH Magazine

Whether it be the two monsoons that wiped out Kublai Kahn's conquest of Japan or the fog in Long Island that allowed George Washington and his troops to escape with their lives, the predictability of the weather — or lack thereof — has left its mark on human civilization. Of all climate and weather phenomena, the El Niño Southern Oscillation is one of the most well-known for its impact on world climate and human life but is also one of the most puzzling to scientists. more


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