Long reach of the deep sea: Oceanographers document effect of equatorial deep currents on West African rainfall

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Our climate is affected by the ocean in many ways. The most prominent example is the El Niño phenomenon in the Pacific, a well-documented interannual climate signal. Oceanographers from Germany and the United States have recently documented the effect of deep equatorial currents in the Atlantic on rainfall and climate over West Africa....
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