El Niño and Climate Change

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  • by Anup Shah
  • This Page Last Updated Wednesday, July 04, 2001

1997 has also seen the largest El Niño1 in history that has cause huge problems all over the world2, from droughts to floods and poor yield of crops.

Here3 is a report that looks at El Niño. It makes an intersting point about the fact that "despite the advanced technological feats of human beings like duplicate sheep, genetically engineered soya beans etc., we still depend on Nature and can easily sucumb to it's savage brutality too."

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  1. http://www.elnino.noaa.gov/
  2. http://www.oneworld.org/ips2/mar98/19_24_092.html
  3. http://www.oneworld.org/news/reports98/snowdon.html

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  • by Anup Shah
  • Created: Monday, July 20, 1998
  • Last Updated: Wednesday, July 04, 2001

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