There may be a link between disease and climate change. Scientists have found that the epidemics of dengue are lined to high temperatures brought by the El Niño weather system.
A new report reveals that manmade climate change will produce exceptionally high average temperatures this year and the next, boosted by natural weather phenomena, such as El Niño.
California is still in the midst of a long-term drought. But what is causing this drought in the first place? That's a good question.
El Niño has finally arrived. The long-awaited weather system has the potential to change patterns across the globe, bringing rain to drought-stricken areas.
El Niño, the weather system that can cause massive changes in climate, is important to understand when it comes to predicting how it influences future conditions.
El Niño may actually be responsible for charging the yearly tropical cyclones in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
Scientists are taking a closer look at El Niño to see how it will respond to a warming climate.
It turns out that El Niño may be making a few appearances in the future. Scientists have found that the ocean is warming steadily and is setting the stage for stronger El Niño weather events in the future.
While researchers thought that prospects for an El Niño event in 2014 were fading, they've now found that there may be the possibility of a comeback.
Ancient shells are revealing a bit more about the past history of El Niño and have shown that it was just as strong and possibly as frequent as the ones that we experience today.