Cutting-edge models predict that El Niño frequency will increase within 2 decades because of climate change, regardless of emissions mitigation efforts.
The eastern tropical Pacific Ocean hasn’t warmed as much as climate change models projected. A new study shows that aerosols in the atmosphere could be responsible.
Increased tropospheric heating and reduced dissipation combine to explain an anomalously large thermal tide.
Climate change is shifting where ideal growing conditions exist and is leaving farmers behind. How can we secure our future food supply and support the people who grow it?
A new book highlights research progress on El Niño Southern Oscillation dynamics and impacts and how they may change in a warmer world.
A new tool that reconciles modeling and paleoclimate data builds confidence that tropical Pacific corals reliably archive natural variability in the El Niño–Southern Oscillation climate pattern.
Una sacudida al sistema climático provista por una guerra nuclear podría provocar un fenómeno de el Niño como nunca habíamos visto.
Different types of El Niño have different impacts on the North Equatorial Current Bifurcation and can be extended to ocean circulations in the Pacific and the global climate system.
Magnetic analysis of mineral composition supports the importance of tropical climate processes in shaping long-term monsoon patterns.
Tools developed for climate science can help researchers forecast ecological dipoles: the contrasting effects of climate on populations separated by thousands of kilometers.