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EL NIÑO'S IMPACT ON DEEP OCEAN TEMPERATURES
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
It causes changes in ocean temperatures and currents, which can have a significant impact on marine life and weather patterns around the world.
During an El Niño event, warm water from the western Pacific Ocean moves eastward, causing surface temperatures to rise in the central and eastern Pacific.
This warm water can also penetrate deep into the ocean, affecting the temperature of the water at depths of up to 300 meters.
The impact of El Niño on deep ocean temperatures can have long-lasting effects on marine ecosystems, as well as on weather patterns around the world.
Understanding the impact of El Niño on deep ocean temperatures is important for predicting and mitigating the effects of this weather phenomenon.