|Issue 16, January 2001|
|Tibet and the 1997-98 El Niño||Editorial|
|Articles of Interest to the ENSO Community|
|Predicting Climate Anomalies Based on the Forecasted ENSO State||Guest Editorial|
|Recent ENSO Related Publications|
|Upcoming ENSO Meetings|
|Summaries of Past ENSO Meetings|
|ENSO Information on the Web|
|Michael H. Glantz, Editor||Previous Issues|
|D. Jan Stewart, Managing Editor||Issue 16 in Portable Document Format (PDF)|
|Tanya Beck, Associate Editor||Comments and Feedback Information|
|Jan Hopper, Associate Editor||Subscription Information|
|Jennifer Oxelson, Web Editor||Search|
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