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Atmosphere, Volume 9, Issue 3 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) El Niño is a regional phenomenon in the tropical Pacific Ocean with global impacts. It is [...] Read more. El Niño is a regional phenomenon in the tropical Pacific Ocean with global impacts. It is part of a quasi-periodic 3-phase oscillation known as the El Niño–Southern oscillation (ENSO) of which El Niño is the warm phase with anomalously warm sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the Central and Eastern tropical Pacific and La Niña is the cold phase with anomalously cold SSTs in the Eastern and Central Pacific. These two extremely anomalous phases are separated by a so-called Neutral phase. Red represents anomalously warm SSTs. Because El Niño’s teleconnections are global, so too are its societal and ecological impacts. View this paper