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Solutions (Weather: El Nino) #173731

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 17, 1997
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The problem of how to predict weather pattern changes introduced.

(Goddard Space Flight Center, MD: Ned Potter) The climactic changes due to the ocean patterns called El Nino featured; details given of advances in weather research and projections. [Florida forestry department Jim BRENNER - explains how the Pacific Ocean is related to drought fires in Florida.] [NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) climate scientist Tony BUSILACCI, Florida State University professor James O'BRIEN - comments on forecasting and how it can help crop production.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The forecasts linked to this year's El Nino cited; weather map shown. ABC News Internet address given.

Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Ned

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