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El Niño

Weather Project?
by

Lucy Garcia

on 20 October 2011

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Transcript of El Niño

- Strong winds that blow from East to West.
- This piles up the water.
- The winds pushing the gets weaker.
- Warm water piled up in the West goes back down & not as much cold water gets pulled up from below.
- This causes the water to become warmer. - Layer of abnormally warm water located in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
What Causes it? El Niño An Example: 30 Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr What is El Niño? By: Lucy Garcia, Brenda Salazar & Zeida Camarena How It Looks
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