CLICK ON ABOVE IMAGE TO WATCH: Atmospheric dispersal of Monsoon generated African dust. Our atmosphere transports thermal energy from equatorial to polar regions, in both hemispheres. Climate Change has provided an identity for Global Warming, with the generation of increasingly larger storms, necessary to transport larger amounts of heat. Storms are essentially, heat pumps.


Critical co-factors in atmospheric energy distribution are large scale, semi resident, paired Ocean-Atmosphere systems. These systems oscillate between strong (positive) and weaker (negative)phases. The interactions between these systems has been referred to as "TELECONNECTIONS". Teleconnections may influence locations of the Jet Stream and Storm Tracks.