NINo


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NINo

Abbreviation for:
National Insurance Number
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In June Vice President Al Gore held a White House press conference to announce findings by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that suggested global warming may have also contributed to the appearance of more frequent and more severe El Nino events over the past two decades.
One such model's results, reported in 1996 in Nature, reveal that climate-change patterns resulting from global warming closely resemble those associated with present-day El Nino events in the tropical Pacific.
One of the most comprehensive sources of El Nino information on the Web is the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory's "El Nino Theme Page" (http://www.
After El Nino cured the politician and his ailing daughter, thousands descended on Espinazo.
Other feasts of the Santo Nino will likewise be celebrated in Tondo and Pandacan in Manila.
On the bench, Nino was formidable, but he was also entertaining.
The current full-blown El Nino was noticeable back in June.
However, WMO said the El Nino is expected to weaken in the coming months and fade away during the second quarter of 2016.
A big El Nino guarantees nothing," said Mike Halper, deputy director of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center.
Goldman Sachs said the El Nino phenomenon will put crops like cocoa, coffee, sugar and palm oil at risk.