The Curious Case of the EL Niño That Never Happened: A Perspective from 40 Years of Progress in Climate Research and Forecasting

@inproceedings{McPhaden2015TheCC,
  title={The Curious Case of the EL Ni{\~n}o That Never Happened: A Perspective from 40 Years of Progress in Climate Research and Forecasting},
  author={Michael J McPhaden and Axel Timmermann and Matthew J. Widlansky and Magdalena Alonso Balmaseda and Timothy N. Stockdale},
  year={2015}
}
AbstractForty years ago, Klaus Wyrtki of the University of Hawaii launched an “El Nino Watch” expedition to the eastern equatorial Pacific to document oceanographic changes that were expected to develop during the onset of an El Nino event in early 1975. He and his colleagues used a very simple atmospheric pressure index to predict the event and convinced the National Science Foundation and Office of Naval Research to support an expedition to the eastern Pacific on relatively short notice. An… CONTINUE READING

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