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Strong scattering from CALIPSO in trade Cu environments

July 6th 2013:

Between 5N-13S there is strong lidar scattering (red colors below). Clouds have tops at 1-2 km. The Worldview image from Terra, including a… 122 more words

CALIPSO

Deep Ocean Warming is Coming Back to Haunt Us: Record Warmth for 2014 Likely As Equatorial Heat Rises

As prominent ocean researcher and climate scientist Dr. Kevin Trenberth presciently noted during recent years — an observed spike in ocean heat content over the past decade may well be coming back to haunt us. 1,053 more words

Climate Change

NOAA: 2-Year-Long La Niña Is Over

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Early forecasts for the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season have not been as bad as year’s past and the ending of a weather phenomenon may keep the overall numbers down. 158 more words

News

El Niño Update [21 April 2010]

ENSO Cycle: Recent Evolution, Current Status and Predictions

El Niño Weekly UPDATE prepared by Climate Prediction Center / NCEP –  19 April 2010

The latest weekly SST departures are: 237 more words

El Niño

Your Worst Fears About El Niño

Worst fears about El Niño may come true

The El Niño, formally known as the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO” for short, is the most significant cause of large-scale climate variability in the tropics. 346 more words

Pacific Ocean

Linda Tatreau, MARCH 12, 2010

NOAA Teacher at Sea: Linda Tatreau
Onboard NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette

Mission: Fisheries Surveys
Geographical Area of Cruise: Equatorial Pacific
Date: March 12, 2010…
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NOAA Teacher At Sea

Linda Tatreau, MARCH 9, 2010

NOAA Teacher at Sea: Linda Tatreau
Onboard NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette

Mission: Fisheries Surveys
Geographical Area of Cruise: Equatorial Pacific
Date: March 9, 2010…
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NOAA Teacher At Sea