Class Note for GEOS 212 at UA
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Date Created: 02/06/15
LECTURE 13 OUTLINE Winddriven currents amp upwelling 7 October 9 2008 Review of how atmosphere circulation controls climate salinity Wind belts surface currents migration patterns ofmarine life and heat transport Energy transport in atmosphere makes Earth much more habitableH Energy in atmosphere seen as dynamics in storms as tornadoes and as lightning Source ofheat for all of these processes sun Weather patterns High versus Low pressure and atmosphere motion Weather prediction Wind across surface also makes Waves low Wind small Waves high Wind tall Waves Atmosphere circulating correctly today httpweathermsfcnasagov Real pattern of Wind today httppodaac jplnasa gov Real Wave height and direction today httpWWWoceanWeathercomdata Sea surface temperature today httpWWWoceanWeathercomdata Why rare for Waves to be taller than 50 feet and Why this is a good thing Due ru the earth s rulalinn 6 Objects deflect to the righl in the nunhem hemisphere Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere 0 chitm du ecl m the left in lhe suulllem hemisphere Signi cant Wave Hm m WM Wave Dnechun wand ForJaw 2005 16 00 GMT 605 9175 1205 15175 180E 150W HOW WW 60W 30W 17W DE Ocean weatheh m mammm Aw mew SumMeant Wave Ne iM Mains a12345672umu2 usmvsznzsmzsw Summon Wave Haw Feet
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