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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doldrums

The doldrums is a colloquial expression derived from historical maritime usage, which refers to ... They roughly lie between latitudes 5° north and south.

www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/geography-miscellaneous/difference-between-doldrums-and-horse-latitudes

Jan 3, 2012 ... Doldrums vs Horse Latitudes Doldrums and horse latitudes are specific ocean regions on the Earth. Specifically, doldrums are ocean belts near ...

oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/doldrums.html

The "doldrums" is a popular nautical term that refers to the belt around the Earth ... The rising air mass finally subsides in what is known as the horse latitudes, ...

www.wfmz.com/weather/what-are-the-doldrums_20160526093006289/16505818

Jul 28, 2011 ... The Doldrums are regions of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans that have ... Then there are the prevailing westerlies in the higher latitudes and the ...

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Learn about the location of the doldrums and the mechanisms that create them. ... When it gets to about 30 degrees north or south latitude, the air is cooled off ...

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Apr 24, 2017 ... The doldrums exist in a belt circling the globe, near the equator; this belt ... Air rises again around 60 degrees latitude, the boundary between ...

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Nov 9, 2014 ... The doldrums is a colloquial expression derived from historical maritime ... high in the atmosphere, until it subsides again in the horse latitudes.

www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/wind

Nov 15, 2012 ... The Earth contains five major wind zones: polar easterlies, westerlies, horse latitudes, trade winds, and the doldrums. Polar Easterlies

earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/Cheyenne/cheyenne3.php

The opposite of these typically windy areas are latitudes where the surface ... are so scarce in the region that the European sailors nicknamed it “the doldrums.