IMPACT OF EL NIÑO ON GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL PATTERNS
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
It causes changes in ocean temperatures and atmospheric pressure, which can affect weather patterns around the world.
One of the most significant impacts of El Niño is on global agricultural patterns.
During El Niño years, some regions experience droughts, while others receive excessive rainfall.
This can lead to crop failures, food shortages, and price increases in affected areas.
The consequences of El Niño on agriculture highlight the importance of understanding and preparing for the impacts of climate change.