Live Access to Climate Data, includes sea surface temperature, winds, and pressure.
The NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry provides real time and historical sea height data.
US Climate Anomalies Associated with ENSO events depicts the El Niño anomalies over the U.S. between 1945 and 1987.
Daily Southern Oscillation Index Values (SOI) come from a site in Queensland, Australia.
Historical SOI Data are also provided from Queensland.
Past tracks of Atlantic tropical cyclones can be found at the National Center for Environmental Prediction.
At the Space Research Group, read the "El Niño scenario."
The Climate Prediction Center contains El Niño forecasts, impacts, and more.
Background material is contained at El Niño and the Southern Oscillation: A Reversal of Fortune.
Upwelling and its relationship to productivity.
ENSO Educational Module is being developed for university students.
The El Niño Theme Page has won numerous awards for its presentation of current El Niño news.
Coastal Watch contains links to El Niño as it affects the U.S. West Coast and provides links to other U.S. coast watches.
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