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  • NOAA El Ni?o Page
    Provides information about the disruption of the ocean-atmosphere system in the Tropical Pacific having important consequences for weather and climate around the globe.
  • El Ni?o Theme Page: Access to Distributed Information on El Ni?o
    El Ni?o related products, including the most recent observational data, forecasts, scientific analyses and historical perspectives.
  • What is an El Nino?
    From the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory of the National Oceanic and Atmostpheric Administration of the U.S.
  • NOAA La Ni?a Page
    Information and links on the weather phenomenon characterized by unusually cold ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific.
  • El Nino Arrives; Expected to Persist Through Winter 2009-10
    July 2009, NOAA scientists announce the arrival of El Nino, the periodic warming of central and eastern tropical Pacific waters that has a significant influence on global weather.
  • El Nino Online Meteorology Guide
    Defines and discusses the impacts of El Nino, the warm current of water that appears every three to seven years in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
  • What is La Ni?a?
    NOAA page describing La Ni?a, the weather phenomenon characterized by unusually cold ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific.
  • NOAA: El Ni?o to Help Steer U.S. Winter Weather
    Predictions listed by U.S. region. El Ni?o in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean is expected to be a dominant climate factor that will influence the December through February winter weather in the United States.
  • El Nino Diagnostic Discussion - NOAA Climate Prediction Center
    NOAA El Nino updates. Conditions are favorable for a transition to La Ni??a conditions during June - August 2010.
  • International Center on Research El Ni?o (CIIFEN)
    Implementing scientific and application research projects needed to improve the understanding and ability to establish early warnings of an El Ni?o event.
  • 1997-98 El Ni?o/Southern Oscillation
    Intended to provide near real-time reports primarily on marine and terrestrial events that may be linked to the development of the 1997 El Ni?o.
  • NOAA's La Ni?a Information
    Describes the phenomenon characterized by unusually cold ocean temperatures in the eastern equatorial Pacific.
  • Experimental El Ni?o Forecast
    By the Experimental Climate Prediction Center at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
  • Climate Variability and El Nino
    Information about the causes of weather fluctations, El Nino global effects, and the Southern Oscillation Index.
  • NOVA: Tracking El Ni?o
    Reports on the effects of El Ni?o around the world, and on what scientists have learned about this mysterious weather phenomenon. From PBS' Nova Online.
  • Preparing for El Ni?o
    Links to forecasts, preparation tips, and satellite imagery provided by the Association of Bay Area Governments.
  • Wrath of El Ni?o
    An Online NewsHour Forum in which Bob Livezey of the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center answers questions.
  • El Ni?o & La Ni?a Resource on the Internet
    Collection of full text articles and bibliographies. From the COAPS Library at Florida State University.
  • El Ni?o, La Ni?a, and Rainfall - Earth Observatory
    Sea surface temperature and rainfall anomaly images show the direct correlation between ocean temperatures and rainfall during El Ni?o and La Ni?a events.
  • El Ni?o/La Ni?a Home
    Temperature and precipitation forecasts related to El Ni?o and La Ni?a from the NWS's Climate Prediction Center.

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