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Climate.gov to Host ENSO Tweet Chat with the ENSO Bloggers

  • 25 May 2021

Event date: 6/3/2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Export event

On June 3 from 1-2pm ET, Climate.gov will host a Tweet Chat on the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) at the NOAAClimate Twitter handle. The Tweet Chat will feature the scientists who write for Climate.gov’s ENSO Blog: Michelle L'Heureux (NOAA Climate Prediction Center), Emily Becker (University of Miami/Cooperative Institute for Marine & Atmospheric Studies), Nat Johnson (NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory), and Tom Di Liberto (NOAA CPO/Climate.gov). These experts will take the public's questions for an hour on all things El Niño and La Niña, discussing impacts, forecasts, and future changes to ENSO.

This Tweet Chat continues Climate.gov's engagement strategy with the public by providing scientists to talk about and talk with the public on a variety of popular science issues.

Follow the conversation @NOAAClimate and tweet your questions with the hashtag #ClimateQA.

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