What Causes the Intertropical Convergence Zone?


The intertropical convergence zone is caused by the trade winds from the southern and northern hemisphere which causes the air masses to meet along inter-tropical convergence zone. It was originally identified in 1920s to 1940s and is now used in weather production.
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