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The Coriolis effect is caused by
a) The influence of a point in space b) The rotation of the Earth c) The Earth's currents d) None of the answers are correct
The Coriolis effect tends to influence the wind by giving it a(n)
a) circular flow pattern b) unpredictable flow pattern c) north south flow p0attern d) none of the answers are correct
An atmospherrreic circulation cell is a distinct air mass that has the same airflow pattern as all other cells, but different weather
a) True b) False c) d)
The trade winds are found between approximately _________
a) 30o and 60o latitude b) 0o and 30o latitude c) d)
The trade winds blow
a) toward the equator b) toward the poles c) d)
The _________ equator is at 0o latitude
a) ITCZ/meteorlogical b) geographical c) d)
The ________________ equator is an imaginary line marking the temperature equlibrium between the hemispheres
a) ITCZ/meteorlogical b) geographical c) d)
Most of the Earth's major desserts occur
a) all of the answers are correct b) at about 30o latitude c) where the vertical flow is downward d) where the Ferrel and Hadley celss meet
You would expect the coean near a desert to have ______ salinity compared to the average ocean slainity
a) the same b) lower c) higher d) nmone of the answers are correct
A monsoon is
a) a local seasonal weather pattern that causes summers to be very dry b) a local seasonal weather pattern that causes winters to be very dry c) a large rotating storm d)
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