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365 Days of Climate Awareness 105 — Ocean Oscillations, and a Review of El Niño (ENSO)

Since ocean water has roughly 3,000 times the heat capacity of air, the ocean’s dominant effect must be included in any analysis of global weather and climate patterns.

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