El Nino. 1997-1998, the Climate Event of the Century.pdf

El Nino. 1997-1998, the Climate Event of the Century PDF

Stanley-A Changnon

During the 14 months between May 1997 and June 1998, El Nino not only became a household word but the climate event of the century. El Nino 1997-1998 assembles experts in science, policy, and media who provide an in-depth perspective on this nationally recognised and complex weather phenomenon. It provides a unique outlook on the incidents that surrounded El Nino, focusing on information that appeared in the media and, especially, on the Internet-two major sources describing the event.Comprehensive in its coverage, this book explores everything from what made El Nino famous to the lessons learned, from the phenomenon. The key issues addressed are the causes, predictions, and outcomes of El Nino, El Nino as a weather metaphor for global warming, scientific issues emerging from the event, the uses and benefits of El Nino forecasts, impacts of El Ninos weather, and implications for improved forecast use and climate services in the nation.El Nino 1997-1998 is ideal for a wide range of readers. Decision-makers and leaders in weather-service businesses and government agencies will benefit from its recommendations and analysis of the lessons, learned from El Nino. Students and professors with interests in natural hazards, atmospheric sciences, science policy, economics, and journalism will find this book an invaluable resource. And all those who were affected or enthralled by El Nino will appreciate this books accessible analysis of this major climate event.

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El Nino. 1997-1998, the Climate Event of the Century.pdf


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Sofya Voigtuh

The book's focus is on what happened in the United States where El Niño became a household word and scientifically the "climate event of the century." The book is a "snapshot" of events during a 14-month period starting when El Niño developed in the late spring of 1997 and ending by early summer 1998. Some material was issued after June 1998, but it is tied to activities during the event. El Ni¿o 1997-1998: The Climate Event of the Century …

Mattio Müllers

Although El Niño events are part of a natural climatological cycle, shifts in global atmospheric and oceanographic patterns are expected to affect their nature. Feb 23, 2016 ... detection of precursory signals of the strong El Niño events by using a recently ... strongest El Niño events (1982–1983 and 1997–1998). ... climate/enso/archive/ ensowrap_20150901.pdf) of 1 Septem- ber 2015 stated ... 1997–1998 (the two strongest in the last century) and the current 2015–2016 El Niño.

Noels Schulzen

El Ni¿o 1997-1998: The Climate Event of the Century …

Jason Leghmann

El Niño events are a prominent feature of climate variability with global climatic impacts. The 1997/98 episode, often referred to as ‘the climate event of the twentieth century’ 1,2, and the El Niño, 1997-1998 : the climate event of the century

Jessica Kolhmann

Stanley A. Changnon El Nino 1997-1998 The … Ebook > Human Sciences > Art / Architecture > Photography, Film, Video, TV > Stanley A. Changnon: El Nino 1997-1998 (PDF) Stanley A. Changnon El Nino 1997-1998 The Climate Event of the Century. Support. Adobe DRM (5.0 / 5.0 – 1 customer ratings) This book will cover the time span from the first indications of El Nino (May 1997) until its reversal (June 1998). The focus will be largely on the