Sorry, El Niņo watchers, but the climate phenomenon we’ve all been waiting for still hasn’t officially arrived. But forecasters still expect it to emerge this summer, and if it does, it is expected to affect weather around the world.
Global surface temperature (anomaly from 1960-1990 average) reconstructions for the past 9000 years (Marcott et al. 2013), for the past 2,000 years (PAGES 2k), and observed for the past 150 years (Instrumental data from HadCRUT4) and the last 30 years (star). From Kaufman et al. (2013). - See more at: Recent Lessons From the Past
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