Global winds: created by unequal heating like local winds but take place over a large area.
Global convection currents: All wind is caused by uneven heating of the Earth.
The Coriolanus Effect: the most apparent path of an object moving longitudinally.
Global Wind Belts: there are three global wind belts: Polar Easterlies, Prevailing Westerlies, and Tropical Easterlies.
Doldrums: Winds from 5°N of the equator to 5°S of the equator.
Horse Latitudes: belt of calm air and sea occurring in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres
Trade Winds: Prevailing pattern of easterly surface winds found in the tropics.
Prevailing Westerlies: prevailing winds from the west toward the east.
Jet Streams: narrow bands of strong winds in the upper levels of the atmosphere.
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