TGIF: El Niño on YouTube

It’s Friday, learn something. Concentrate on the soothing voice of the narrator. Relax. Breathe deeply. You are floating on a thermocline.

Southern Fried Science has the low-down on this rather hypnotic series of YouTube videos by Taichiro Sakagami explaining the El Niño-La Niña Southern Oscillation phenomenon. This is Part One of Four. Collect them all. At the sound of the bell, you will awaken.

Peter Etnoyer (406 Posts)

PhD candidate at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi and doctoral fellow Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies.





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3 comments on “TGIF: El Niño on YouTube
  1. FYI – I watched all four of these excellent videos. And I must say, that you will never see El Nino the same. You will actually understand what it means! Plus he made some great animations/computer models that make visualizing what El Nino means all the more comprehensible.

  2. I loved the animation in support. Animation which clarifies and tells the story clearly, when words alone often fail. This is the best presentation I have seen on the El Niño. Now I wonder if I can convince him to do the PDO and the NAO too!

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