PMEL in the News
C changing across globe, India not left out’
The rainfall sample across the globe is altering due to the hasty warming of the Indo-Pacific Ocean and the modifications have brought a decline in rainfall patterns in north India too, a look said on Wednesday. Michael McPhaden is quoted.
Warming Indo-Pacific Ocean Could Disrupt Global Rainfall Patterns
A new study led by Indian scientists has reported that rapid warming of the Indo-Pacific Ocean may be responsible for changing rainfall patterns in many parts of the globe, including over India. Michael McPhaden is quoted.
A crisis in the water is decimating this once-booming fishing town
TOMBWA, Angola — His ancestors were Portuguese colonialists who settled on this otherworldly stretch of coast, wedged between a vast desert and the southern Atlantic. They came looking for the one thing this barren region had in abundance: fish. Michael McPhaden is quoted.
Winter Weather Outlook Pt 2
What kind of weather should we be looking for this winter? That’s the million dollar question every year, isn’t it? Nick Bond is featured on the Washington State Farm Bureau Report.