In the evaluation of natural climate variability (geographical and seasonal) some factors stand out because of their impact on global climate: “El Niño” and its counterpart “La Niña”, Monsoon circulations and ocean currents. These three phenomena make part of what is called the ocean-atmospheric interactions.
Geographical & Seasonal Variances
Although its history goes back at least to the year 1500, it was not until the late 90s when most people around the world had heard about the existence of [...]
Monsoon: seasonal wind, actually a global scale seasonal thermal direct circulation caused by the configuration of land and ocean, in southern Asia and some other locations in the world. This winds, [...]
Ocean current: movement of ocean water characterized by regularity, either of a cyclical nature or, more commonly, a continuous stream flowing along a definable path. The major ocean currents are [...]