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El Nino, La Nina: The return of the hot and cold!!! Mikaela Cline Science Mr. Shepard
What are El Ninos and, La Ninas? La Ninas – cooler in tem. in the tropical of Pacific ocean. El Ninos- unusually warm temperatures
What conditions cause El Ninos and, La Ninas? Through the tropical response of rain- producing convection- El Nino rainfall deficits in the eastern equatorial Pacific –La Nina
How long do El Ninos and, La Ninas last? On average 9-12 months
When do this phenomenon happen? Often occurs every 3-5 years
What of Damage do they do? Sever weather is likely to be further north and west during La Nina and El Nino.
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