Paper 4 - Tyler VanGilder 3/25/08 Life in the Oceans ID #:...

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Tyler VanGilder 3/25/08 Life in the Oceans ID #: 825-469-751 Life in the Oceans
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El Nino has caused global devastation most noticeably since 1982-83. Thousands of lives have been lost due to the abnormal weather patterns all throughout the world. Devastation does not occur solely in one region but rather affects the entire world. Billions of dollars and thousands of lives have been lost over the course of these strange weather patterns and no end is in sight. Currents and weather patterns will all be analyzed while looking into the worldly affects of El Nino. El Nino is an ocean current that brings unusually warm water to the west coast of South America (Thompson, 499). The warm water currents occur randomly usually every 4 to 7 years and last for about one year before returning to normal. El Nino has been reported to have affected over 75% of the Earth (Thompson, 499). El Nino causes not simply rainfall but leads to devastating flooding and droughts that cause massive brushfires in Australia. These weather patterns are very important in how many people across the globe lead their lives. El Nino’s affects are not only seen in South America and across the Pacific; its affects reach out to as much as 75% of the Earth. Although weather patterns first begin to be noticed in
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