Latest Atlantic Equatorial mode Stories
Climate scientists have finally solved the mystery as to why the equatorial Pacific trade winds, which were expected to get weaker due to increasing greenhouse gas levels, have actually gotten stronger in recent years.
During very strong El Niño events, sea level drops abruptly in the tropical western Pacific and tides remain below normal for up to a year in the South Pacific, especially around Samoa.
New research shows how rising temperatures could affect the future of the global weather pattern known as El Nino.
Further evidence of climate change shifting atmospheric circulation in the southern Australian-New Zealand region has been identified in a new study.
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