Saturday, March 16, 2019

What is El Niño?

The name?
The El Niño phenomenon was first mentioned by hunters, who noticed that the amount of fish was less than usual on Christ's Day.
The origin of this designation is Spanish.
El Nino in Spanish means child Christ.
In East Asia, El Nino is said to mean sluggish climate.
How does El Niño occur?
This phenomenon begins when wind blows on the Pacific specifically from the west.
Winds cause the water in the ocean to move with the direction of the wind.
Leading to water levels rising at about 1 meter.
The water in the depths is cold and saturated with nutrients.
This nutrient-rich water is likely to bring prosperity to marine life deep in the sea.
Water on the surface, on the other hand, is hot, generating hot and hot blocks and streams.
These warm currents usually move eastwards, leading to climate changes, disturbances and disturbances in other regions.
This phenomenon usually occurs in autumn and summer.
The consequences of El Niño
The El Nino phenomenon usually causes severe damage to poor countries.
This phenomenon leads to the isolation of many villages.
The cause of isolation is rainfall in some areas.
While other areas are drought-stricken.
This phenomenon leads to a situation of food shortages, and therefore the rise in prices.
Resulting in very substantial material and economic losses.
Harm to agricultural crops and farmers because agriculture is the source of livelihood for them.
What is the phenomenon of Nina? Is it different from the phenomenon of El Nino?
The phenomenon of El Nina differs from the El Nino phenomenon, so that the phenomenon of Nina is lighter than the El Nino phenomenon.
The Nina phenomenon has positive effects on agricultural crops.
The phenomenon of Al Nina expresses a rush of hot water.
This impulse is the opposite of the El Niño phenomenon, with a rush of hot water going east.

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