El Nino Arrives in 2015El Nino Arrives in 2015
Pacific and is often brought about by subsiding trade winds and maximum sunlight. The sea surface waters heat up and the heat is transferred to the atmosphere above as the sea water moves east to west
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Press Release world meteorological organizationPress Release world meteorological organization
However, 1998 remains the warmest year, when surface temperatures averaged 540C above the same 30-year mean. The last 10 years (1995-2004), with the exception of 1996, are among the warmest 10 years on record
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U. S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural ResourcesU. S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources
I have served on several National Research Council (nrc) panels. I am also a lead author on the U. S. Climate Change Science Program’s (ccsp) Synthesis and Assessment Product on Temperature Trends in the Lower Atmosphere
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The Shape Of Droughts To Come: 2012 Versus The 1930s Dust BowlThe Shape Of Droughts To Come: 2012 Versus The 1930s Dust Bowl
This report is a collection of recent news posts covering the impacts of the increasing disastrous global drought situation due to global warming
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It rose out of the tropical Pacific in late 1997, bearing more energy than a million Hiroshima bombsIt rose out of the tropical Pacific in late 1997, bearing more energy than a million Hiroshima bombs
Hiroshima bombs. By the time it had run its course eight months later, the giant El Niño of 1997-98 had deranged weather patterns around the world, killed an estimated 2,100 people, and caused at least 33 billion [U
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Prediction from Weeks to DecadesPrediction from Weeks to Decades
Ben Kirtman, David Anderson, Gilbert Brunet, In-Sik Kang, Adam Scaife and Doug Smith
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Press Release world meteorological organizationPress Release world meteorological organization
However, 1998 remains the warmest year, when surface temperatures averaged 540C above the same 30-year mean. The last 10 years (1995-2004), with the exception of 1996, are among the warmest 10 years on record
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Why Should I study the Ocean?Why Should I study the Ocean?
We all came from the sea. We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea – whether it is to sail or to watch it – we are going back from whence we came
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Wither the Atlantic Hurricane Season?Wither the Atlantic Hurricane Season?
Climatology (1981-2010, median values): twelve named storms, six-seven hurricanes, and two major hurricanes
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A specialized agency of the United Nations Press Release Weather • Climate • WaterA specialized agency of the United Nations Press Release Weather • Climate • Water
Celsius above the pre-industrial era. This is due to a combination of a strong El Niño and human-induced global warming, according to the World Meteorological Organization (wmo)
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P. O. Box 3000 Boulder, co, 80307-3000P. O. Box 3000 Boulder, co, 80307-3000
The variability of ssts in the tropical Atlantic is well represented in ccsm4 although the leading eof in ccsm4 shows more homogeneous warming than the leading eof in observations
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Prediction from Weeks to DecadesPrediction from Weeks to Decades
Decadal Variability (amv); trend among others. Some of the outstanding challenges include how to evaluate and validate prediction systems, how to improve models and prediction systems
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Answers to La Niña Frequently Asked Questions What is La Niña? La NiñaAnswers to La Niña Frequently Asked Questions What is La Niña? La Niña
What is La Niña? La Niña is defined as cooler than normal sea-surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific ocean that impact global weather patterns. La Niña conditions recur every few years and can persist for as long as
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Associations of multi-decadal sea-surface temperature variability with U. S. droughtAssociations of multi-decadal sea-surface temperature variability with U. S. drought
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