El Nino website

Subject: El Nino website
From: John Penhallurick <>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 1997 10:15:57 +1000
Given the impact of El Nino events on Australia, birding-ausers may be
interested in the site below.  It's very informative, up to date and easy to

John Penhallurick

Date:         Thu, 17 Jul 1997 16:55:50 -0400
>Reply-To: Steven Feldstein <>
>Sender: "National Birding Hotline Cooperative (Chat Line)"
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>From: Steven Feldstein <>
>Subject:      El Nino website
>Several months ago, I mentioned that the Climate Diagnostics Center
>website gives helpful information on ENSO (El Nino/Southern Oscillation).
>Since then, the ENSO part of the website has been signficantly improved,
>and is much more user friendly to those persons that are not familiar
>with ENSO.  I strongly recommend it
>It could be a very interesting year for both birding and for those
>interested in the atmosphere.
>Steven Feldstein
>Earth System Science Center
>The Pennsylvania State University
>University Park, Pennsylvania
Associate Professor John M. Penhallurick<>
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