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El Niño and La Niña Natalia Rodriguez-Ponce Science Shepard
What are El Niño/La Niña? Is when the surface area around the equator in the eastern and central Pacific warms for an extended period of time. Info: Copyright 2013
What conditions cause El Niño and La Niña? El Niño by inusual warm temperature. La Niña by inusual cold temperature. Info: copyright 2012 Picutre: copyright 2013
How long does El Niño and Niña last? 9 to 12 months. Info:www.noaa.gov Copyright 2013 Picutre:
When does this phenomenon happen? It is a year round cycle that happens every 3 to 7 years. Info: Copyright 2010 Picutre:www.pecad.fas.usda.gov copyright 2012
Unique information El Niño which in spanish in means the boy but not just any boy it got named after ‘’the christ child’’cause El Niño occured around christmas time. Info: copyright 2010
El Nino, La Nina: The return of the hot and cold!!! Mikaela Cline Science Mr. Shepard.
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El Niño & La Niña: Hot or Cold? By: Hannah Davis Science 2 nd Mr. Shepard.
What is an El Niño, Anyway?. An El Niño is a temporary change in the climate of the Pacific ocean near the equator. An El Niño is a temporary change in.
Increased Storm Activity around the Globe.
El Niño El Niño is a variation in the ocean and atmospheric temperatures in the Pacific Ocean. When the ocean temperature increases it causes ocean currents.
In normal years, atmospheric pressure is greater in the eastern Pacific than in the western Pacific. The trade winds blow surface water from east.
El Niño. What is El Niño? A shift in ocean current direction and water temperature El Niño: the ocean part: Warm phase of ENSO: El Niño - Southern Oscillation.
1 El Nino and La Nina The most important weather processes after seasons!
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Dakota Payne Mr.Shepards first block El Niño is the warming of water in the Pacific OceanEl Niño is the warming of water in the Pacific Ocean La Niña.
Chapter 5 part 3: El Niño-Southern Oscillation Warming of waters in the eastern equatorial Pacific –Equatorial region off South America coast El Niño –
Date: 1-Jan-14 AS Unit 1 Topic 1 El Niño/La Niña- El Niño/La Niña- Short term climatic change.
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El Nino:What’s It All About? El Nino: What’s It All About?
It all begins with the sun……. Uneven Heating of the Earth The Earth's major source of energy is the Sun. The Earth is constantly receiving solar energy,
By: Frank Minervini Science Mr. Shepard. El Niño, La Niña El Niño and La Niña are complex weather patterns resulting from variations in ocean temperatures.
Presentation wd. geo By: omar rodriguez Cut away boxes.
El Niño. LEVEL 1 What is El Nino? It is a phenomenon that occurs near South America but has effects far beyond South America. Some El Nino events have.
Climate and weather are NOT the same Weather – the condition of the atmosphere in one place during a limited period of time Climate – the weather patterns.
1.Estimate the latitude where warm El Niño water is located. Equator. To the West of Peru in the Pacific.
Ocean Movements. Wave: A rhythmic movement in which energy is carried through water.
CHAPTER 40 Probability. What is Probability? PROBABILITY is how likely something is to happen. In any situation, the possible things that can happen are.
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Weather & Climate. Weather begins with the sun Some Weather Factors Wind. This tool measures wind speed. It is called an anemometer. Precipitation. Rain,
By Gracie C.. El Niño is a rising in Earth’s oceans temperature over by South America. No one really knows what causes it, but scientists think it might.
Controlling Variables. Background Information Suppose that one of your friends keeps aquarium fish as pets. Last week, all of the fish in the aquarium.
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