Thursday, March 19, 2020

MISO and Oceanic Activities : A multilevel research is going on to establish a link

MISO is the Monsoon Intra-Seasonal Oscillations which represent the extreme events that take place during the month of May to October. "Several times a year from May to October a process called MISO occurs in the atmosphere over the Indian Ocean, the western tropical Pacific Ocean, and surrounding land areas. This weather event brings periods of extremely wet and extremely dry conditions to the area, significantly affecting the people and the economy of those areas. Researchers do not currently know the extent to which the Indian Ocean affects the intensity of this process."

A team of researcher from the US Naval Research Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, and the National Aquatic Research and Resources Agency in Sri Lanka are presently carrying out a research to establish a link between the MISO and the oceanic characteristics.

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Courtesy : Researchers Shed Light on Perplexing Bay of Bengal Monsoon Oscillations
Posted by Cassandra Eichner & Daniel Parry on
 Published: 11 March 2020.

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