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Climate-Related Core Issues
El Nino event of 1982-1983 resulted in reductions estimated as about 77%. In a fascinating lecture at the Royal Society Sir Crispin Tickell describes the relationship of the El Nino Southern Oscillation to the fauna of affected areas, noting the 1982-1983 El Nino's devastating impact on Galapagos Penguins, finches and ...
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CHAMP - Coral Bleaching - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
Panama following the 1982-83 El Nino event (Glynn 1984). The warm SSTs associated with the El Nino event were identified as the cause ... global warming and stronger, farther-reaching El Nino events came to light. The 1997-98 El Nino event is the strongest on record to date ... monitor and study these events. During the 1997-98 El Nino event, the effectiveness of this system was shown as bleaching was ...
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Rainforest Biogeography
AD, from which ... occasional droughts tend to be associated with 'El Nino' events; sudden temporary reversals in the tropical Pacific circulation. An exceptionally severe El Nino event in 1982-83 led to the drying out and ...
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Gulf of the Farallones during the 1982-83 El Nino event, several marine life enthusiasts were relishing an encounter with a mixed-species pod of dolphins ...
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How To Grow A Living Reef From Iron And Seawater
During the El Nino event of 1998, more than 90 per cent of branching corals in ... in the Maldives in the North Male Atoll. Before the bleaching event in 1998, the limestone accretion had grown to a thickness of ... the equivalent of just one 500-watt bulb. Following the bleaching event, corals on the "Necklace" and other Biorock structures had much higher ...
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Pinniped Behavior, Phillip Colla Natural History Photography
California sea lion pup starving during 1997-98 El Nino event. California sea lions are socially gregarious and typically gather together in large dense groups ... Galapagos Sea Lion with shark attack wound on hind quarters Keywords: behavior, thermoregulation, El Nino, California, sea, lion, sea lion, Guadalupe, Galapagos, fur, seal, fur seal, photograph, photography, ...
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The TAO project: History of the array
Nino event, the strongest of the century up to that time, which was neither predicted nor detected until nearly at its peak. The event highlighted the need for real-time data from the tropical Pacific for both monitoring, prediction, and improved understanding of El Nino. ... of the TAO array as part of an operational El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) observing system. On 1 January 2000, the ...
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what is el nino?
Skip Navigation What Is an El Niño? The waters off the west coast of ... around Christmas each year, this cold water is replaced by a warm current. This event is called El Niño, Spanish for "the child." Every 2 to 7 years, however, ... the term ENSO, for El Niño Southern Oscillation, was coined. Frequently, a major El Niño event is referred to as the warm phase of an ENSO. It is accompanied by ...
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El Nino
El Nino Enviropedia Climate Change Global Warming Ozone Air Pollution Weather & Climate Sustainability Kids INFORMATION Home Contents ... and monsoons, producing unseasonable weather over many regions of the globe. During the El Niño event of 1982-1983, some of the abnormal weather patterns which were observed included drought in ...
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National Geographic Magazine Article: El Nino/La Nina--Part 1
National Geographic Magazine Article: El Nino/La Nina--Part 1 Subscribe to National Geographic. Read personal tales of El Niño’s ... have followed El Niños three times in the past 15 years—after the 1982-83 event and after those of 1986-87 and 1995. Signs of another La Niña began to ...
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