EL NIÑO'S IMPACT ON GLACIAL MELTING AND SEA LEVEL RISE
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
During an El Niño event, warm water from the western Pacific moves eastward, causing changes in weather patterns around the world.
El Niño can have a significant impact on glacial melting, particularly in the Andes and the Himalayas.
During an El Niño event, warmer temperatures can cause increased melting of glaciers, leading to higher sea levels.
The impact of El Niño on glacial melting and sea level rise is a concern for many coastal communities around the world.
Understanding the relationship between El Niño and glacial melting is important for predicting and mitigating the effects of climate change.