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6.6 part 2

conduction ,convection ,radiation

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feet on hot sand conduction
heat from an air vent covection
flames coming from a fire radiation
westerlies go west to east, cross the us
trade winds crosses atlantic to pacific, helped ships navigate
easterlies o east to west,at the poles(cold)
doldrums on the equator, not muc wind, daily rain
jetsream a narrow belt of strong winds traveling west to east in the upper troposphere
gyres rotating ocean currents
coriolis effect the otation of earth causes wind to curve and creates ocean gyres
Created by: young salt