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"The second person" you send the following message:.
"You just killed my friends Now I'm going to kill you".
FB was: I give life.
I will not even try anymore.
You like this.
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It is not my last.
What a pathetic loser flood.
I mean who wins FB Status: Groupon lost $ 10 for today and tomorrow.
Using a supercomputer, we recreated the El Niño in late 1997, the strongest recorded.
This was followed by two La Nina one after another.
ENSO forms in the vast tropical zone of the Pacific Ocean.
Lots of activity going on below the surface.
So we focus on a slice of water along the equator to 300 meters deep.
A huge amount of hot water is concentrated in the western Pacific, has for the East, cold water rises almost up to the surface.
This produces a significant Western slope eastward in the warm layer.
During the growth of El Niño, hot water Repant eastward and moves the cold water by flattening the bottom of the hot layer.
While La Niña developes, the opposite happens.
The eastern Pacific cools, and hot water Reform is in the West.
This contrast in temperature across the equatorial Pacific Ocean is linked to winds blowing westward.
The winds strengthen during La Niña and El Niño during weaken.
To make these apparent effects, we will review this sequence using temperature differences instead of absolute temperatures.
Red represents hotter temperatures, and the blue cooler than average temperatures temperatures.
Before El Niño arrives, a hot water accumulation in depth is seen, which moves eastward and approximates the surface.
At the end of 1997, the hot water reaches the surface, and makes the central and eastern Pacific Ocean much warmer than normal.
As a result, the winds that normally blow from East to West are weakening.
Even as El Niño peaks, we can already predict its end.
The deep cold water in the West is moving East She finally arrive surface finishes the El Niño and the La Niña begins.
The surface effects of La Niña afaiblissent in 1999.
But towards the end of the year, cold water depth rises to the surface again, forming a new La Niña.
This one disappears gradually, and returns the Pacific to neutral conditions.
Removing the surface of the ocean, we can how ocean currents are used to move heat.
Here we see the volumes of water that are at least two degrees colder or warmer than average.
There is still a hot water concentration in depth before El Niño.
Strong winds in the Pacific West, triggers waves below the surface that send heat to the East.
One can also see how deep heat moves away from the tropics.
She goes green the poles along the South American coast, and green Indian Ocean through the Indonesian islands.
The heat is transferred to the atmosphere by the hot water in the East.
At the same time, cold water towards the west moves eastward and arrives at the surface in the Central Pacific, signaling the start of La Niña.
The understanding of the deep ocean, with an effective system of measures, is critical to predict ENSO months in advance and make accurate predictions saisonierres.
Changes in ocean temperature associated with ENSO is important ffects on atmospheric circulation and rainfall.
Here, the rainiest areas are colored white, and less rainfall in pink.
Tropical rain is strongly linked to warm temperatures on the surface of the ocean.
During the development of El Niño in 1997 rainfall develops over warm waters in the east and along the equator.
Dry conditions are developing in the West.
That's why El Niños bring dry conditions in countries in the Western Pacific such as Australia.
When we return to a La Niña, the opposite happens.
Central Pacific around the equator becomes drier, and west the rainfall increases, including Australia.
The ENSO has global effects, affecting droughts, floods, forest fires and bleaching of corals.
Understanding how it works we predict when these effects can happen and manage their often terrible consequences.
This video is the result of a scientific collaboration and software engineers in Australia and the United States.
The configuration of the ocean model comes from NOAA / GFDL, MOM5 using the code with a horizontal grid of 30km in Ecuador and 50 cells in a vertical column.
The simulations were performed on the Australian supercomputer Raijin NCI using 1920 parallel processors.