Climate change could be leading to more El Ninos

Grist: El Niño is one of Earth`s most influential climatic phenomena. Its occasional arrival, heralded by warming in parts of the eastern Pacific Ocean, can be a harbinger of floods in Peru, droughts in Australia, harsh winters in Europe, and hurricanes in the Caribbean. Yet we know precious little about it. But this week, two separate scientific studies chipped away at the mystery. One study reveals that the El Niño phenomenon has been occurring more frequently as the globe has warmed. The other......

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