The doldrums is a colloquial expression derived from historical maritime usage,
which refers to ... heating at the equator, which makes the air rise and travel north
and south high in the atmosphere...
Jan 3, 2012 ... Doldrums vs Horse Latitudes Doldrums and horse latitudes are specific ocean
regions on the Earth. Specifically, doldrums are ocean belts near ...
The Doldrums are regions of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans that have little if any
... Then there are the prevailing westerlies in the higher latitudes and the polar ...
The doldrums are at the equator. They are just like the horse latitudes; they're a
Jul 15, 2016 ... The "doldrums" is a popular nautical term that refers to the belt ... air mass finally
subsides in what is known as the horse latitudes, where the air ...
The doldrums are the still air or light breezes found over the equator to about five
to 18 degrees north and south latitudes. They are part of the prevailing wind ...
The opposite of these typically windy areas are latitudes where the surface ... In
the doldrums, there is little surface wind because the trade winds collide and ...
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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.
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The zone where the trade winds end, meeting the opposing wind flow from the
opposite hemisphere, is known as the doldrums. Both the horse latitudes and the
They are called Trade Winds, Doldrums, and Horse Latitudes. ... Polar Easterlies
are located 60-90 degrees latitude in both the southern and northern ...