26_el_nino_other_oscillations

26_el_nino_other_oscillations - Prelim 2 Results Outline...

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1 Prelim 2 Results Monday Historical Perspective Leading to our Current Understanding –E l N iño –S o u t h e r n O s c
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2 Environmental Change Linked Directly to El Niño 1. Relative Cooling in the Western Tropical Pacifc Creates Drought Conditions 2. Relative Warming in the Central and Eastern Tropical Pacifc Heat Energy For ±ormation oF Intense Precipitation and Storms El Nino’s Impact on Pacific Precipitation and Storm Patterns Draught and ±ires in Indonesia
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3 Pacifc Hurricanes Increase During an El Nino, but Atlantic Hurricanes Decrease Flooding in the Western United States El Nino’s E±±ect on Equatorial Productivity El Nino Conditions Normal Conditions
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4 El Niño’s Effect on Biological Productivity off of Peru and Ecuador Normal Conditions El Niño Conditions
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5 Fish Production can Decline Dramatically During an El Nino Environmental Changes Linked Indirectly to El Niño Teleconnections El Nino Related Changes in Global Climate
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course EAS 1540 taught by Professor Monger during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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