CURRENTS OF CHANGE, el Nino's Impact on Climate and Society,

By: Michael H Glantz

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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England - ISBN:0521576598, 1996. softcover, 6" x 9. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, etc. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Every year, extreme climatic problems occur around the globe, with droughts in some places and floods in others. A century ago, Peruvians connected this appearance of warm water every December to changes in environmental conditions and named it 'El Nino', the Spanish term for the Christ Child. This book explains in simple terms what El Nino is, how its effects might be forecast and its far reaching impacts on all of us. Includes many maps, charts and table.

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