El Nino and the Link Between Oceans, Atmospher and Weather

Subject:Weather, global warming
Length:24 minutes
Format:1/2-inch VHS
Year Released:1997
Producer:Ronald C Meyer
Distributor:Boreal Northwest; rental from University of Missouri
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Description:Presents information on El Nino, the weather phenomenon that originates in the tropical Pacific but delivers power-packed climatic changes throughout the world. Shows how meteorologists are studying El Nino as a model for the possible consequences of other extreme weather events, including man-made ones like excessive global warming. Includes teacherŐs guide.
Record No:1890
Resources: Distributors's List

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