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The comings and goings of El Niño and La Niña are part of a long-term, evolving state of global climate, for which measurements of sea surface height are a key indicator.

La Niña’s exit leaves climate forecasts in limbo

The comings and goings of El Niño and La Niña are part of a long-term, evolving state of global climate, for which measurements of sea surface height are a key indicator.

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Just another end to the day in Hilo with the bay and Mauna Kea.

Wish you were in Hawaii? Just another day at Hilo Bay

Just another end to the day in Hilo with the bay and Mauna Kea.

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Pacific Ocean shoreline protection, resource management, ocean pollution and tsunami response are among the topics to be presented during the five-day Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology: PACON 2010 International Conference on the campus of UH Hilo.
 
According to Judith Fox-Goldstein, UH Hilo Conference Center director, "More than 150 national and international marine scientists, engineers and policy makers will be in attendance."  Visiting scholars and scientists from more than 14 countries including Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Russian and Iran will share their latest research findings.”

UH-Hilo hosts PACON 2010 June 1-5

Pacific Ocean shoreline protection, resource management, ocean pollution and tsunami response are among the topics to be presented during the five-day Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology: PACON 2010 International Conference on the campus of UH Hilo. According to Judith Fox-Goldstein, UH Hilo Conference Center director, “More than 150 national and international marine scientists, […]

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A patch of warmer than average ocean temperatures in the eastern Pacific on July 26, 2009, revealed the onset of El Niño conditions.

El Nino conditions set in across Pacific Ocean

A patch of warmer than average ocean temperatures in the eastern Pacific on July 26, 2009, revealed the onset of El Niño conditions.

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