MODERN TECHNOLOGY'S ROLE IN PREDICTING EL NIÑO PATTERNS
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years and can have a significant impact on various sectors.
Accurate predictions of El Niño patterns are crucial in mitigating its impact on agriculture, fisheries, and water resources.
Modern technology such as satellites, buoys, and computer models have greatly improved our ability to predict El Niño patterns.
Satellites provide data on sea surface temperature, ocean currents, and atmospheric conditions, which are used to create computer models.
Buoys are used to measure ocean temperature and other variables, providing real-time data that can be used to improve predictions.
Computer models use data from satellites and buoys to simulate El Niño patterns, allowing scientists to make more accurate predictions.