EL NIÑO AND HUMAN MIGRATION PATTERNS
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years.
It can cause extreme weather conditions in different parts of the world.
These conditions can lead to changes in the availability of resources.
Changes in resource availability can affect human migration patterns.
During El Niño, some areas may experience droughts, while others may experience floods.
This can lead to people moving to areas with more resources.
El Niño can also affect fishing and agriculture, which can impact the livelihoods of people in affected areas.