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Another reason that El Niño was in the news so much is that the 1997-1998 event was being tracked on the World Wide Web, where people all around the world could access the latest information. Data from the TAO Array, which scientists use to check the temperature of the hot water and hot air every day, is available for anyone to use.

These resources provide information on the 1997-1998 El Niño event.

El Niño Wreaks Havoc
El Niño Returns

 
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