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Known as Peruvian Paint, during an El Niño event, many ships' paint schemes are darkened by what chemical compound coming from decaying marine organisms?
 
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Lead Sulfide
Zinc Sulfide
Sodium Sulfide
Hydrogen Sulfide
 
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An El Niño-type event in the central Pacific, as opposed to the eastern Pacific is often called El Niño what, which in Japanese means, "similar but different"?
 
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modoki
kitsunegari
teliko
calusari
 
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An especially-intense El Niño event in 1998 led to the death of approximately how much of the world's reef systems?
 
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1.6%
6.1%
10.6%
16%
 
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Similar to the Pacific El Niño, a thick slab of warm, nutrient-poor water enters the northern part of an upwelling system off which country's coast about once per decade?
 
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Namibia
Morocco
Senegal
Ghana
 
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Connected to droughts in Australia, which term describes the irregular oscillation of sea-surface temperatures in which the western Indian Ocean becomes alternately warmer then colder than the eastern part of the ocean?
 
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Indian Ocean Bipole
Indian Ocean Dipole
Indian Ocean Twinpole
Indian Ocean Coupole
 
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