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sitemaps/FAQ/Links/Glossary/Click on the Earth and date that you want to see. Click on El Nino/La Nina and PDO. There are great illustrations and explanations. Science objectives for the mission are listed and explained. Also, Practical application of the data collected is listed and explained. CA science standard # 5g
This is a good site but I had to follow some of the links out to where I really wanted to be. I have been discussing weather phenomenon lately in my adult ESL class (including EL NINO/NINA). Explore the links but pay close attention to a very helpful FAQ section. Good graphics too! Content is good. Student learning should be efficient. Material is immense but be patient and follow the many links.