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   dcterms:title "El Niño/La Niña Cause Short-Term Changes in Weather Patterns"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "El Niño and La Niña events create different weather patterns during winters (January through March) over North America. (top) During an El Niño, there is a tendency for a strong jet stream and storm track across the southern part of the United States. The southern tier of Alaska and the U.S. Pacific Northwest tend to be warmer than average, whereas the southern United States tends to be cooler and wetter than average. (bottom) During a La Niña, there is a tendency for very wave-like jet stream flow over the United States and Canada, with colder and stormier than average conditions across the North and warmer and less stormy conditions across the South. Source: Perlwitz et al. 2017.{{< tbib '13' '1a46c6a2-4b5f-408d-b3d0-21ebdd4f960b' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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