Congratulations to Dr. Nathan Lenssen for his feature in the Mines Newsroom and Yale Climate Connections’ article ‘Will La Niña return this fall? The tea leaves are unusually strong’!
Lenssen led a paper that used weather data to create “hindcasts” (forecasts of replicated past events) to analyze predictability when a strong El Niño–Southern Oscillation is in progress.
For more information about this feature and the article from Yale Climate Connections, please visit
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