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North Hemisphere- Towards the north pole
South Hemisphere- Towards the south pole
Warm air flows?
North Hemisphere- Towards the north pole, towards the cold air
South Hemisphere- Towards the south pole, towards the cold air
North Hemisphere- East/Counter Clockwise
South Hemisphere- East/Clockwise
Convection currents occur when hot air that is heated up from the equator rises and heads towards the poles. By the time it gets to the poles, it is cold, so it takes the cold airs place, starting to head back to the equator get heated up and go back into the loop. They are in both the north and south hemispheres
Polar Easterlies, above 60° N or S
Mid-Latitude Westerlies, in between 60° N/S and 30° N/S
Southeast/Northeast Tradewinds, in between 30° N/S and 0° N/S
The warm water that gets warmed up at the poles, heads along the top of the ocean, towards the poles. Once it is there, it is cold, and heads back to the equator
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