Global weather patterns affect local weather, regional climates, and extreme weather events. Tracking these patterns can assist in preparing for floods, droughts, hurricanes, and high winds. Some of the largest and most impactful weather systems are created by ocean currents. These natural oscillations create weather systems, the most well-known of which is the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO).
Threat and Hazard Components of Somalian Famine: A Case Study
In the December 2022 edition of the White Paper Series, the Intelligence & Analysis Division examines the ongoing famine in...Read More