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what does el nina mean in science

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hey !!! geometry hater
I think it means more variability
well the nino is something that happens every 5 years

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I already answered .....by the way it is called La Nina...
ya theres 2
el nino and el nina
El Nino and La Nina
ya whats ther difference between them
El Niño is characterized by unusually warm temperatures and La Niña by unusually cool temperatures in the equatorial Pacific.
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and whats estuary
Its like a pool (Water that's closed off)
estuary is that region near the sea/ocean where the fresh water of the river mingles with the saline water of the sea/ocean
An estuary is a partly enclosed coastal body of water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea
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whats estivation
is it some type of hibernation?
An inactive state resembling deep sleep, in which some animals living in hot climates, such as certain snails, pass the summer. Estivation protects these animals against heat and dryness. It is similar to hibernation, the difference is that hibernation is during deep winters....
so they sleep in the summer
yes to survive the hot and dry period....

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