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Weather / El Nino / Brazil #411589

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 13, 1997
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Rio de Janeiro: Marina Mirabella) The impact of the El Nino weather phenomenon on Brazil featured; scenes shown from Rio de Janeiro's beaches and from the burning Amazon rain forests. [Meteorologist Luis Carlos AUSTIN, agronomist Fernando de ALMEIDA - (thru translator) blame El Nino.] The concerns about flooding detailed.

(Studio: Prue Lewarne) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Dick Wilson) El Nino on the Internet featured; details given of what is available on government and grassroots Web pages. [Jet Propulsion Laboratory Annette de CHARON, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Klaus WEICKMAN, weather Web master Van WARD - talk about information available via computer.]

(Studio: Prue Lewarne) Further coverage this week on El Nino announced.

Lewarne, Prue;
Mirabella, Marina;
Wilson, Dick;
Woodruff, Judy

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