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Air near the equator averages higher temperatures than air near the poles because ... In the northern hemisphere, air rushing into a low pressure region.

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Warm air rises, creating a low pressure region, and cool air sinks, creating a ... convection cells in each hemisphere north and south of the equator creates the .... Warm, humid air from the northern Indian Ocean enters the region, and it too is .... wind belts determine normal global climate, but many other factors come into ...

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The geologic time scale is broken up into time units of different sizes based on: .... altitudes.; air pressure is lower at higher altitudes.; air is dryer at higher altitudes. ... Solar energy favors the equatorial regions.; The Northern Hemisphere is ...

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Mar 8, 2016 ... Earth's lower atmosphere is warm because of. terrestrial ... In the Northern Hemisphere, air rushing into a low-pressure region. spirals in a ...

www.weather.gov/source/zhu/ZHU_Training_Page/winds/Wx_Terms/Flight_Environment.htm

The colliding air is forced upward and an area of low pressure is created near 60 ° north. ... in the Northern Hemisphere) and causes the air to flow parallel to the isobars. ... The winds are strongest in regions where the isobars are close together. ... If there is a pass in the mountain range, the wind will rush through this pass ...

www.opengeography.org/ch-10-the-atmosphere.html

In respiration, animals use oxygen to convert sugar into food energy they can use . ... Of course, humidity is lower near the polar regions because air temperature is lower. Some of what is in ... This sudden rush of air is felt as a popping sensation. ..... Are high pressure systems rotating clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere?

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Apr 25, 2017 ... The rest is reflected back out into space. ... Air then rushes from the high-pressure zone to the low-pressure zone in an attempt to ... wind to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere.

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A location's weather depends on air temperature; air pressure; fog; humidity; cloud cover; .... Winds may continue to blow into the low pressure zone at the front. .... Winds rush into the low pressure and create a rising column of air. The air twists, rotating counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the ...

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Only tropical cyclones, which have warm air at their center, become the ... and for this reason, hurricane “season” in the northern hemisphere runs from June ... daily thunderstorms in a region called the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ). ... into a large system that forms a new area of low pressure, or a pre-existing, ...

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Wind blows from areas of high pressure toward areas of low pressure. ... So in the northern hemisphere, winds blow clockwise around an area of high pressure  ...