My "3 World Changing Effects of La Niña
" uses the metaphor of "dance" to describe how La Niña interacts with El Niño.
La Niña Causes Multiple Effects
"The Peruvian Coast, the Pacific Ocean" by lawtonjm
Piqued by learning that La Niña contributes to the recurring droughts in East Africa
, I continued my research. La Niña's cycle of changing weather patterns, which are based on the temperature of a Pacific Ocean current, have several ramifications. I reported on three of these far-reaching effects.Of course I also promoted this article in my DeHaan Services blog, in the entry "What do La Niña and Mathematical Limits Have in Common?".
My new writing tip is to avoid using an apostrophe (') in the title of an online article, and perhaps also accented letters such as the 'N' in "La Niña".
While setting my "social bookmarks" today, the normally reliable StumbleUpon site steadfastly refused to follow the link and verify the bookmark.
An old but reliable writing tip is to leverage what you already know and have researched, but without simply spinning your own article. What I learned for last week's Suite 101 article, and an image, served as a start for this article.