EL NIÑO'S EFFECT ON GLOBAL SEA LEVELS
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years.
It can cause significant changes in ocean temperatures and currents.
These changes can lead to higher sea levels in some parts of the world and lower sea levels in others.
During El Niño years, sea levels in the western Pacific can rise by as much as 30 centimeters.
El Niño can also affect ocean currents, which can impact sea levels in other parts of the world.
Understanding the impact of El Niño on global sea levels is important for predicting and preparing for the effects of climate change.