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Global warming could accelerate, if this changes in the Pacific

Scientists are now concerned that the next El Tío phase could be on its way. Image: REUTERS/Kris Paras

Andrew King

Climates extremes research fellow, University of Melbourne

Ben Henley

Research Fellow, University of Melbourne

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