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In Earth Sciences

What are the trade winds?

The trade winds are the pattern of easterly surface winds found in the tropics near the equator. The trade winds blow predominantly from the northeast and from the southeast. (MORE)
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Why are winds called trade winds?

ANSWER: 1.in olden days cargo ships sailed with the help these prevailing winds 2.easterlies were very helpful for sailing of cargo ship
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What do trade winds do?

Trade winds blow almost all the time. They provide a continuouswarm breeze to areas where trade winds blow. Hawaii is one placethat has trade winds.
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Do trade winds ever stop?

Trade winds do stop. However, they do not stop for long periods oftime. Trade winds almost always provide a breeze.
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Why are trade winds called trade winds?

because the cargo ships in the olden days sailed with help from theses prevailing winds They are so named because they were key winds in early sea travel. The "trade" in t (MORE)
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What are traded winds?

You mean trade winds. And they are winds that normally blow in the same direction on a regular basis.
In Meteorology and Weather

What is trading winds?

The trade winds (also called trades ) are the prevailing pattern of easterly surface winds found in the tropics near the Earth's equator [
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Why are the trade winds so called?

Trade winds Surface air from the horse latitudes that moves back toward the equator and is deflected by the Coriolis Force, causing the winds to blow from the NE in the Nort (MORE)
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What types of wind are trade winds?

Trade winds are found in the tropics in the lower section of the troposphere near the Earth's equator. The trade winds blow predominantly from the north-east in the Northern (MORE)