2.0.CO;2, "Is there an optimal ENSO pattern that enhances large-scale atmospheric processes conducive to tornado outbreaks in the U.S? El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a powerful climate phenomenon that exerts profound impacts on the global climate and accounts for the major skill source of seasonal-to-inter-annual climate prediction. [48] During an El Niño, snowfall is greater than average across the southern Rockies and Sierra Nevada mountain range, and is well-below normal across the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes states. Visit the blog to see the 20 strongest events since 1950. Northern Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines are often wetter than normal. (. More about El NiñoWhat is El Niño in a nutshell?Understanding El Niño (video)FAQsENSO alert system criteriaENSO essentialsEducational Resources on ENSO. The El Niño–Southern Oscillation is a single climate phenomenon that periodically fluctuates between three phases: Neutral, La Niña or El Niño. [46] On American Samoa during El Niño events, precipitation averages about 10 percent above normal, while La Niña events lead to precipitation amounts which average close to 10 percent below normal. October 2020. [47] ENSO is linked to rainfall over Puerto Rico. [29], The Southern Oscillation is the atmospheric component of El Niño. By influencing global temperatures and precipitation, the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) significantly impacts Earth’s ecosystems and human societies. The wet phase of enhanced convection and precipitation is followed by a dry phase where thunderstorm activity is suppressed. The El Niño Modoki leads to more hurricanes more frequently making landfall in the Atlantic. El Niño episodes have negative SOI, meaning there is lower pressure over Tahiti and higher pressure in Darwin. Jennings, S., Kaiser, M.J., Reynolds, J.D. [51] Tehuantepec winds reach 20 knots (40 km/h) to 45 knots (80 km/h), and on rare occasions 100 knots (190 km/h). In normalen Jahren gibt es einen zonalen Temperaturgradienten entlang des tropischen Pazifiks; d. h. im Westen vor der Küste Indonesiens ist die Temperatur der Meeresoberfläche mit ca. Biodiversity conservation and the relevance of long-term ecological studies", "Holocene land–sea climatic links on the equatorial Pacific coast (Bay of Guayaquil, Ecuador)", Current map of sea surface temperature anomalies in the Pacific Ocean, Southern Oscillation Diagnostic Discussion, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=El_Niño–Southern_Oscillation&oldid=991297580, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 12000ya / Bay of Guayaquil, Ecuador / Pollen content of marine core, Pollen records show changes in precipitation, possibly related to variability of the position of the. Vol. During La Niña winters, the southern tier of the United States is often drier than normal. [36] However, observations suggest that the 1982–1983 El Niño developed rapidly during July 1982 in direct response to a Kelvin wave triggered by an MJO event during late May. Co… [55] Therefore, the relative frequency of El Niño compared to La Niña events can affect global temperature trends on decadal timescales. El Niño and La Niña are opposite phases of a naturally occurring global climate cycle known as the El Niño Southern Oscillation, or ENSO for short. El Niño-Oscillazione Meridionale (conosciuto anche con la sigla ENSO - El Niño-Southern Oscillation) è un fenomeno climatico periodico che provoca un forte riscaldamento delle acque dell'Oceano Pacifico Centro-Meridionale e Orientale (America Latina) nei mesi di dicembre e gennaio in media ogni cinque anni, con un periodo statisticamente variabile fra i tre e i sette anni. The name La Niña originates from Spanish, meaning "the girl", analogous to El Niño meaning "the boy". The ENSO is considered to be a potential tipping element in Earth's climate[66] and, under the global warming, can enhance or alternate regional climate extreme events through a strengthened teleconnection. [18] Close to half of all years are within neutral periods. [62][63] It may be that the observed phenomenon of more frequent and stronger El Niño events occurs only in the initial phase of the global warming, and then (e.g., after the lower layers of the ocean get warmer, as well), El Niño will become weaker. [24] During a period of La Niña the sea surface temperature across the equatorial eastern central Pacific will be lower than normal by 3–5 °C. The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the most prominent interannual climate variation on Earth with large ecological and societal impacts. 28 °C deutlich höher als im Osten vor der Küste von Südamerika. Read more. It’s the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), a combination of changes in the ocean and atmosphere that affect weather in many areas of the world. Developing countries dependent upon agriculture and fishing, particularly those bordering the Pacific Ocean, are the most affected. [70], Based on modeled and observed accumulated cyclone energy (ACE), El Niño years usually result in less active hurricane seasons in the Atlantic Ocean, but instead favor a shift of tropical cyclone activity in the Pacific Ocean, compared to La Niña years favoring above average hurricane development in the Atlantic and less so in the Pacific basin. Although the Southern Oscillation Index has a long station record going back to the 1800s, its reliability is limited due to the presence of both Darwin and Tahiti well south of the Equator, resulting in the surface air pressure at both locations being less directly related to ENSO. [98], Pallcacocha Lake, Ecuador / Sediment core, Irregularly periodic variation in winds and sea surface temperatures over the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean, Normal Pacific pattern: Equatorial winds gather warm water pool toward the west. La Nina could mean dry summer in Midwest and Plains. From 1990 to 2019, the most recent El Niño phases of the southern oscillation index (SOI) were in 2015/16. Since the coupled nature of oceanic El Niño and atmospheric Southern Oscillation was recognized [1–3], substantial effort has been devoted into understanding and later predicting the occurrence, development or evolution, physical properties, links to other climate systems and climate impacts of ENSO [4–12]. Ongoing climate change is projected to significantly alter ENSO’s dynamics and impacts. When the Walker circulation weakens or reverses and the Hadley circulation strengthens an El Niño results,[21] causing the ocean surface to be warmer than average, as upwelling of cold water occurs less or not at all offshore northwestern South America. El Niño occurs irregularly every 2 to 7 years and generally peaks during Northern Hemisphere winter. ", "Climate glossary — Southern Oscilliation Index (SOI)", "Why are there so many ENSO indexes, instead of just one? Core shows warm events with periodicities of 2–8 years, which become more frequent over the Holocene until about 1,200 years ago, and then decline, on top of which there are periods of low and high ENSO-related events, possibly due to changes in insolation. These anomalous easterlies induce more equatorial upwelling and raise the thermocline in the east, amplifying the initial cooling by the southerlies. The ocean is some 60 cm (24 in) higher in the western Pacific as the result of this motion. [58], The studies of historical data show the recent El Niño variation is most likely linked to global warming. El Niño and the Southern Oscillation, also known as ENSO is a periodic fluctuation in sea surface temperature (El Niño) and the air pressure of the overlying atmosphere (Southern Oscillation) across the equatorial Pacific Ocean. [1] The origins of the delayed increases in global surface temperature accompanying El Niño events and the implications for the role of diabatic processes in El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) are explored. For instance, El Niño events can induce extreme weather events such as floods in Peru and Ecuador, droughts in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, or decreased hurricane activity in the eastern Pacific. [16] When this warming or cooling occurs for only seven to nine months, it is classified as El Niño/La Niña "conditions"; when it occurs for more than that period, it is classified as El Niño/La Niña "episodes". Some of these changes are forced externally, such as the seasonal shift of the sun into the Northern Hemisphere in summer. 'ENSO' stands for 'El Niño Southern Oscillation', where 'Southern Oscillation' is the term for atmospheric pressure changes between the east and west tropical Pacific that accompany both El Niño and La Niña episodes in the ocean. The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a large‐scale climatic phenomenon that originates in the tropical Pacific but affects global climate patterns. [54], El Niño events cause short-term (approximately 1 year in length) spikes in global average surface temperature while La Niña events cause short term cooling. La Niña—the cool phase of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation climate pattern—strengthened in the tropical Pacific in October 2020. [53] The effects can last from a few hours to six days. The extremes of this climate pattern's oscillations cause extreme weather (such as floods and droughts) in many regions of the world. Changes in precipitation over th… [64] It may also be that the stabilizing and destabilizing forces influencing the phenomenon will eventually compensate for each other. [88][89] Following the asymmetric nature of the warm and cold phases of ENSO, some studies could not identify such distinctions for La Niña, both in observations and in the climate models,[90] but some sources indicate that there is a variation on La Niña with cooler waters on central Pacific and average or warmer water temperatures on both eastern and western Pacific, also showing eastern Pacific Ocean currents going to the opposite direction compared to the currents in traditional La Niñas. La Niña episodes are defined as sustained cooling of the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, thus resulting in an increase in the strength of the Pacific trade winds, and the opposite effects in Australia when compared to El Niño. [10] The western side of the equatorial Pacific is characterized by warm, wet, low-pressure weather as the collected moisture is dumped in the form of typhoons and thunderstorms. More generally, there is no scientific consensus on how/if climate change might affect ENSO. During a La Niña, snowfall is above normal across the Pacific Northwest and western Great Lakes. [79], The recent discovery of ENSO Modoki has some scientists believing it to be linked to global warming. The Climate Prediction Center’s Mike Halpert dishes out the details of the November update to NOAA’s 2020-21 winter outlook. [56] Over the last several decades, the number of El Niño events increased, and the number of La Niña events decreased,[57] although observation of ENSO for much longer is needed to detect robust changes. The Walker circulation is caused by the pressure gradient force that results from a High-pressure area over the eastern Pacific Ocean, and a low-pressure system over Indonesia. [31] To overcome this question, a new index was created, being named the Equatorial Southern Oscillation Index (EQSOI). As a result, the temperature structure of the three oceans display dramatic asymmetries. [1][2] The two periods last several months each and typically occur every few years with varying intensity per period.[3]. Der Grund für die niedrigere Wassertemperatur vor Südamerikas Küste ist das Auftriebsgebiet, das dort durch Ekman-Transport auf Grund der äquatorialen Ostwinde entsteht – ein Transport von kühlem Tiefenwasseran di… [42] During La Niña events, the storm track shifts far enough northward to bring wetter than normal winter conditions (in the form of increased snowfall) to the Midwestern states, as well as hot and dry summers. The two phases relate to the Walker circulation, which was discovered by Gilbert Walker during the early twentieth century. [5] This warmer area of ocean is a source for convection and is associated with cloudiness and rainfall. [39] La Niña causes a drop in sea surface temperatures over Southeast Asia and heavy rains over Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. [31][32] To generate this index data, two new regions, centered on the Equator, were delimited to create a new index: The western one is located over Indonesia and the eastern one is located over equatorial Pacific, close to the South American coast. This coupled ocean-atmosphere feedback was originally proposed by Bjerknes. The Southern Oscillation is the accompanying atmospheric component, coupled with the sea temperature change: El Niño is accompanied by high air surface pressure in the tropical western Pacific and La Niña with low air surface pressure there. [65] More research is needed to provide a better answer to that question. [1][23] Mechanisms that cause the oscillation remain under study. The southern oscillation index (SOI), which measures ENSO, is calculated from the difference between the standardised surface air pressures at Tahiti and Darwin, Australia, and represents the strength of the tropical trade wi… The warming phase of the sea temperature is known as El Niño and the cooling phase as La Niña. El Niño and La Niña are the warm and cool phases of a recurring climate pattern across the tropical Pacific—the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO” for short. The strength of the Southern Oscillation is measured by the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI). El Niño Southern Oscillation(ENSO) is the term used to describe the oscillation between the El Niño phase and the La Niña, or opposite, phase. The pattern can shift back and forth irregularly every two to seven years, and each phase triggers predictable disruptions of temperature, precipitation, and winds. Other changes appear to be the result of coupled ocean-atmosphere feedback in which, for example, easterly winds cause the sea surface temperature to fall in the east, enhancing the zonal heat contrast and hence intensifying easterly winds across the basin. [44] In the late winter and spring during El Niño events, drier than average conditions can be expected in Hawaii. 97-37 NOVEMBER 21, 1997: El Niño and California Precipitation. [52] It leads to a localized acceleration of the trade winds in the region, and can enhance thunderstorm activity when it interacts with the Intertropical Convergence Zone. For example, the surface westerly winds associated with active MJO convection are stronger during advancement toward El Niño and the surface easterly winds associated with the suppressed convective phase are stronger during advancement toward La Nina. 4. The most recent three-month average for the area is computed, and if the region is more than 0.5 °C (0.9 °F) above (or below) normal for that period, then … El Niño is anchored in the tropical Pacific, but it affects seasonal climate "downstream" in the United States. [7] These changes in surface temperature reflect changes in the depth of the thermocline. Three climate oscillations affect New Zealand: 1. Wind magnitude is greater during El Niño years than during La Niña years, due to the more frequent cold frontal incursions during El Niño winters. [41] During La Niña, increased precipitation is diverted into the Pacific Northwest due to a more northerly storm track. El Niño and La Niña are the warm and cool phases of a recurring climate pattern across the tropical Pacific—the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO” for short. (2001) "Marine Fisheries Ecology." The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a spectacular, planetary-scale climate phenomenon that is inherently caused by interactions between the atmosphere and the ocean. ENSO influences rainfall, temperature, and wind patterns around the world, including New Zealand. The connection between Earth’s oceans and atmosphere has a direct impact on the weather and climate conditions we experience. El Niño and La Niña episodes occur on average every few years and last up to around a year or two. ENSO - an interaction with the atmosphere and the ocean These episodes alternate in an irregular inter-annual cycle called the ENSO cycle. Southern Oscillation Index. [26], Transitional phases at the onset or departure of El Niño or La Niña can also be important factors on global weather by affecting teleconnections. This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 09:38. Hier liegt die Wassertemperatur bei ca. 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12 No. El Niño conditions: Warm water pool approaches the South American coast. The wind's direction is from the north to north-northeast. Low atmospheric pressure tends to occur over warm water and high pressure occurs over cold water, in part because of deep convection over the warm water. El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is an irregularly periodic variation in winds and sea surface temperatures over the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean, affecting the climate of much of the tropics and subtropics. The warm phase is known as El Niño, and the cold phase, La Niña. For negative thresholds, the table shows the probability (%) of a Niño-3.4 … [6] During El Niño years the cold water weakens or disappears completely as the water in the Central and Eastern Pacific becomes as warm as the Western Pacific. An especially strong Walker circulation causes La Niña, resulting in cooler ocean temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean due to increased upwelling. El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) occurs every 2–7 years and lasts around a year 3. [68] This has resulted in a rapid warming of the Indian Ocean, and consequently a weakening of the Asian Monsoon. The Walker circulations of the tropical Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic basins result in westerly surface winds in northern summer in the first basin and easterly winds in the second and third basins. [27] Examples of affected short-time climate in North America include precipitation in the Northwest US[28] and intense tornado activity in the contiguous US. This interannual variability of the MJO is partly linked to the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle. [38], Developing countries dependent upon agriculture and fishing, particularly those bordering the Pacific Ocean, are the most affected by ENSO. The climate network enables the identification of the regions that are most drastically affected by specific El Niño/La Niña events. [40], To the north across Alaska, La Niña events lead to drier than normal conditions, while El Niño events do not have a correlation towards dry or wet conditions. In the eastern Pacific, the northward flowing Humbolt current brings cooler water from the Southern Ocean to the tropics. Moisture variability in the Australian core shows dry periods related to frequent warm events (El Niño), correlated to, 9 deep cores in the equatorial Indian and Pacific show variations in primary productivity, related to glacial-interglacial variability and, 2.8 Mya / Spain / Lacustrine laminated sediments core, The basin core shows light and dark layers, related to summer/autumn transition where more/less productivity is expected. In the Pacific, strong MJO activity is often observed 6 – 12 months prior to the onset of an El Niño episode, but is virtually absent during the maxima of some El Niño episodes, while MJO activity is typically greater during a La Niña episode. Climate crisis exacerbates extreme weather during natural events, say experts [80] However, comprehensive satellite data go back only to 1979. The Madden–Julian oscillation, or (MJO), is the largest element of the intraseasonal (30- to 90-day) variability in the tropical atmosphere, and was discovered by Roland Madden and Paul Julian of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in 1971. La Niña winters tend to favor warm and dry conditions in the southern tier of the U.S. and snowier-than-average conditions across much of the northern U.S. (image at left) Cooler-than-average surface waters in the central and eastern tropical Pacific in October 2020 are one sign of La Niña. 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El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a powerful climate phenomenon that exerts profound impacts on the global climate and accounts for the major skill source of seasonal-to-inter-annual climate prediction. [48] During an El Niño, snowfall is greater than average across the southern Rockies and Sierra Nevada mountain range, and is well-below normal across the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes states. Visit the blog to see the 20 strongest events since 1950. Northern Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines are often wetter than normal. (. More about El NiñoWhat is El Niño in a nutshell?Understanding El Niño (video)FAQsENSO alert system criteriaENSO essentialsEducational Resources on ENSO. The El Niño–Southern Oscillation is a single climate phenomenon that periodically fluctuates between three phases: Neutral, La Niña or El Niño. [46] On American Samoa during El Niño events, precipitation averages about 10 percent above normal, while La Niña events lead to precipitation amounts which average close to 10 percent below normal. October 2020. [47] ENSO is linked to rainfall over Puerto Rico. [29], The Southern Oscillation is the atmospheric component of El Niño. By influencing global temperatures and precipitation, the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) significantly impacts Earth’s ecosystems and human societies. The wet phase of enhanced convection and precipitation is followed by a dry phase where thunderstorm activity is suppressed. The El Niño Modoki leads to more hurricanes more frequently making landfall in the Atlantic. El Niño episodes have negative SOI, meaning there is lower pressure over Tahiti and higher pressure in Darwin. Jennings, S., Kaiser, M.J., Reynolds, J.D. [51] Tehuantepec winds reach 20 knots (40 km/h) to 45 knots (80 km/h), and on rare occasions 100 knots (190 km/h). In normalen Jahren gibt es einen zonalen Temperaturgradienten entlang des tropischen Pazifiks; d. h. im Westen vor der Küste Indonesiens ist die Temperatur der Meeresoberfläche mit ca. Biodiversity conservation and the relevance of long-term ecological studies", "Holocene land–sea climatic links on the equatorial Pacific coast (Bay of Guayaquil, Ecuador)", Current map of sea surface temperature anomalies in the Pacific Ocean, Southern Oscillation Diagnostic Discussion, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=El_Niño–Southern_Oscillation&oldid=991297580, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 12000ya / Bay of Guayaquil, Ecuador / Pollen content of marine core, Pollen records show changes in precipitation, possibly related to variability of the position of the. Vol. During La Niña winters, the southern tier of the United States is often drier than normal. [36] However, observations suggest that the 1982–1983 El Niño developed rapidly during July 1982 in direct response to a Kelvin wave triggered by an MJO event during late May. Co… [55] Therefore, the relative frequency of El Niño compared to La Niña events can affect global temperature trends on decadal timescales. El Niño and La Niña are opposite phases of a naturally occurring global climate cycle known as the El Niño Southern Oscillation, or ENSO for short. El Niño-Oscillazione Meridionale (conosciuto anche con la sigla ENSO - El Niño-Southern Oscillation) è un fenomeno climatico periodico che provoca un forte riscaldamento delle acque dell'Oceano Pacifico Centro-Meridionale e Orientale (America Latina) nei mesi di dicembre e gennaio in media ogni cinque anni, con un periodo statisticamente variabile fra i tre e i sette anni. The name La Niña originates from Spanish, meaning "the girl", analogous to El Niño meaning "the boy". The ENSO is considered to be a potential tipping element in Earth's climate[66] and, under the global warming, can enhance or alternate regional climate extreme events through a strengthened teleconnection. [18] Close to half of all years are within neutral periods. [62][63] It may be that the observed phenomenon of more frequent and stronger El Niño events occurs only in the initial phase of the global warming, and then (e.g., after the lower layers of the ocean get warmer, as well), El Niño will become weaker. [24] During a period of La Niña the sea surface temperature across the equatorial eastern central Pacific will be lower than normal by 3–5 °C. The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the most prominent interannual climate variation on Earth with large ecological and societal impacts. 28 °C deutlich höher als im Osten vor der Küste von Südamerika. Read more. It’s the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), a combination of changes in the ocean and atmosphere that affect weather in many areas of the world. Developing countries dependent upon agriculture and fishing, particularly those bordering the Pacific Ocean, are the most affected. [70], Based on modeled and observed accumulated cyclone energy (ACE), El Niño years usually result in less active hurricane seasons in the Atlantic Ocean, but instead favor a shift of tropical cyclone activity in the Pacific Ocean, compared to La Niña years favoring above average hurricane development in the Atlantic and less so in the Pacific basin. Although the Southern Oscillation Index has a long station record going back to the 1800s, its reliability is limited due to the presence of both Darwin and Tahiti well south of the Equator, resulting in the surface air pressure at both locations being less directly related to ENSO. [98], Pallcacocha Lake, Ecuador / Sediment core, Irregularly periodic variation in winds and sea surface temperatures over the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean, Normal Pacific pattern: Equatorial winds gather warm water pool toward the west. La Nina could mean dry summer in Midwest and Plains. From 1990 to 2019, the most recent El Niño phases of the southern oscillation index (SOI) were in 2015/16. Since the coupled nature of oceanic El Niño and atmospheric Southern Oscillation was recognized [1–3], substantial effort has been devoted into understanding and later predicting the occurrence, development or evolution, physical properties, links to other climate systems and climate impacts of ENSO [4–12]. Ongoing climate change is projected to significantly alter ENSO’s dynamics and impacts. When the Walker circulation weakens or reverses and the Hadley circulation strengthens an El Niño results,[21] causing the ocean surface to be warmer than average, as upwelling of cold water occurs less or not at all offshore northwestern South America. El Niño occurs irregularly every 2 to 7 years and generally peaks during Northern Hemisphere winter. ", "Climate glossary — Southern Oscilliation Index (SOI)", "Why are there so many ENSO indexes, instead of just one? Core shows warm events with periodicities of 2–8 years, which become more frequent over the Holocene until about 1,200 years ago, and then decline, on top of which there are periods of low and high ENSO-related events, possibly due to changes in insolation. These anomalous easterlies induce more equatorial upwelling and raise the thermocline in the east, amplifying the initial cooling by the southerlies. The ocean is some 60 cm (24 in) higher in the western Pacific as the result of this motion. [58], The studies of historical data show the recent El Niño variation is most likely linked to global warming. El Niño and the Southern Oscillation, also known as ENSO is a periodic fluctuation in sea surface temperature (El Niño) and the air pressure of the overlying atmosphere (Southern Oscillation) across the equatorial Pacific Ocean. [1] The origins of the delayed increases in global surface temperature accompanying El Niño events and the implications for the role of diabatic processes in El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) are explored. For instance, El Niño events can induce extreme weather events such as floods in Peru and Ecuador, droughts in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, or decreased hurricane activity in the eastern Pacific. [16] When this warming or cooling occurs for only seven to nine months, it is classified as El Niño/La Niña "conditions"; when it occurs for more than that period, it is classified as El Niño/La Niña "episodes". Some of these changes are forced externally, such as the seasonal shift of the sun into the Northern Hemisphere in summer. 'ENSO' stands for 'El Niño Southern Oscillation', where 'Southern Oscillation' is the term for atmospheric pressure changes between the east and west tropical Pacific that accompany both El Niño and La Niña episodes in the ocean. The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a large‐scale climatic phenomenon that originates in the tropical Pacific but affects global climate patterns. [54], El Niño events cause short-term (approximately 1 year in length) spikes in global average surface temperature while La Niña events cause short term cooling. La Niña—the cool phase of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation climate pattern—strengthened in the tropical Pacific in October 2020. [53] The effects can last from a few hours to six days. The extremes of this climate pattern's oscillations cause extreme weather (such as floods and droughts) in many regions of the world. Changes in precipitation over th… [64] It may also be that the stabilizing and destabilizing forces influencing the phenomenon will eventually compensate for each other. [88][89] Following the asymmetric nature of the warm and cold phases of ENSO, some studies could not identify such distinctions for La Niña, both in observations and in the climate models,[90] but some sources indicate that there is a variation on La Niña with cooler waters on central Pacific and average or warmer water temperatures on both eastern and western Pacific, also showing eastern Pacific Ocean currents going to the opposite direction compared to the currents in traditional La Niñas. La Niña episodes are defined as sustained cooling of the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, thus resulting in an increase in the strength of the Pacific trade winds, and the opposite effects in Australia when compared to El Niño. [10] The western side of the equatorial Pacific is characterized by warm, wet, low-pressure weather as the collected moisture is dumped in the form of typhoons and thunderstorms. More generally, there is no scientific consensus on how/if climate change might affect ENSO. During a La Niña, snowfall is above normal across the Pacific Northwest and western Great Lakes. [79], The recent discovery of ENSO Modoki has some scientists believing it to be linked to global warming. The Climate Prediction Center’s Mike Halpert dishes out the details of the November update to NOAA’s 2020-21 winter outlook. [56] Over the last several decades, the number of El Niño events increased, and the number of La Niña events decreased,[57] although observation of ENSO for much longer is needed to detect robust changes. The Walker circulation is caused by the pressure gradient force that results from a High-pressure area over the eastern Pacific Ocean, and a low-pressure system over Indonesia. [31] To overcome this question, a new index was created, being named the Equatorial Southern Oscillation Index (EQSOI). As a result, the temperature structure of the three oceans display dramatic asymmetries. [1][2] The two periods last several months each and typically occur every few years with varying intensity per period.[3]. Der Grund für die niedrigere Wassertemperatur vor Südamerikas Küste ist das Auftriebsgebiet, das dort durch Ekman-Transport auf Grund der äquatorialen Ostwinde entsteht – ein Transport von kühlem Tiefenwasseran di… [42] During La Niña events, the storm track shifts far enough northward to bring wetter than normal winter conditions (in the form of increased snowfall) to the Midwestern states, as well as hot and dry summers. The two phases relate to the Walker circulation, which was discovered by Gilbert Walker during the early twentieth century. [5] This warmer area of ocean is a source for convection and is associated with cloudiness and rainfall. [39] La Niña causes a drop in sea surface temperatures over Southeast Asia and heavy rains over Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. [31][32] To generate this index data, two new regions, centered on the Equator, were delimited to create a new index: The western one is located over Indonesia and the eastern one is located over equatorial Pacific, close to the South American coast. This coupled ocean-atmosphere feedback was originally proposed by Bjerknes. The Southern Oscillation is the accompanying atmospheric component, coupled with the sea temperature change: El Niño is accompanied by high air surface pressure in the tropical western Pacific and La Niña with low air surface pressure there. [65] More research is needed to provide a better answer to that question. [1][23] Mechanisms that cause the oscillation remain under study. The southern oscillation index (SOI), which measures ENSO, is calculated from the difference between the standardised surface air pressures at Tahiti and Darwin, Australia, and represents the strength of the tropical trade wi… The warming phase of the sea temperature is known as El Niño and the cooling phase as La Niña. El Niño and La Niña are the warm and cool phases of a recurring climate pattern across the tropical Pacific—the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO” for short. The strength of the Southern Oscillation is measured by the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI). El Niño Southern Oscillation(ENSO) is the term used to describe the oscillation between the El Niño phase and the La Niña, or opposite, phase. The pattern can shift back and forth irregularly every two to seven years, and each phase triggers predictable disruptions of temperature, precipitation, and winds. Other changes appear to be the result of coupled ocean-atmosphere feedback in which, for example, easterly winds cause the sea surface temperature to fall in the east, enhancing the zonal heat contrast and hence intensifying easterly winds across the basin. [44] In the late winter and spring during El Niño events, drier than average conditions can be expected in Hawaii. 97-37 NOVEMBER 21, 1997: El Niño and California Precipitation. [52] It leads to a localized acceleration of the trade winds in the region, and can enhance thunderstorm activity when it interacts with the Intertropical Convergence Zone. For example, the surface westerly winds associated with active MJO convection are stronger during advancement toward El Niño and the surface easterly winds associated with the suppressed convective phase are stronger during advancement toward La Nina. 4. The most recent three-month average for the area is computed, and if the region is more than 0.5 °C (0.9 °F) above (or below) normal for that period, then … El Niño is anchored in the tropical Pacific, but it affects seasonal climate "downstream" in the United States. [7] These changes in surface temperature reflect changes in the depth of the thermocline. Three climate oscillations affect New Zealand: 1. Wind magnitude is greater during El Niño years than during La Niña years, due to the more frequent cold frontal incursions during El Niño winters. [41] During La Niña, increased precipitation is diverted into the Pacific Northwest due to a more northerly storm track. El Niño and La Niña are the warm and cool phases of a recurring climate pattern across the tropical Pacific—the El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or “ENSO” for short. (2001) "Marine Fisheries Ecology." The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a spectacular, planetary-scale climate phenomenon that is inherently caused by interactions between the atmosphere and the ocean. ENSO influences rainfall, temperature, and wind patterns around the world, including New Zealand. The connection between Earth’s oceans and atmosphere has a direct impact on the weather and climate conditions we experience. El Niño and La Niña episodes occur on average every few years and last up to around a year or two. ENSO - an interaction with the atmosphere and the ocean These episodes alternate in an irregular inter-annual cycle called the ENSO cycle. Southern Oscillation Index. [26], Transitional phases at the onset or departure of El Niño or La Niña can also be important factors on global weather by affecting teleconnections. This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 09:38. Hier liegt die Wassertemperatur bei ca. 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