Air curents caused by temperature differences?
Yes, air currents are caused by temperature differences. The temperature differences occur vertically and horizontally and causes air currents and weather.
Currents of air can be caused by differences in temperature, pressure, or impurity concentration. Temperature differences can cause air currents because warmer air is less dense than cooler air, causing the warmer air to appear "lighter." Thus, if the warm air is under the cool air, air currents will form as they exchange places.
Air currents may be caused by differences in temperature, pressure, or impurity concentration. Temperature differences can cause air currents because warmer air is less dense than cooler air, causing the warmer air to appear "lighter." Thus, if the warm air is under the cool air, air currents will form as they exchange places.
Temperature differences is why air moves in the atmosphere. Hot air rises, cold air falls. With these temperature difference comes pressure differences and these temp. and pressure differences are what keep the air moving. Theoretically, if there were no temp. or pressure differences in the atmosphere, air would not move.
How would the density differences affect the movement of air pollutants that are released at the surface?
Wind can be caused by either pressure or temperature differences. From there you get into which is cause and which is effect. Wind starts when you have heated air rising and cooler air flowing in to take its place. As the lighter heated air rises, the cooler, heavier air will rush in to take its place. Once the heated air cools in the upper atmosphere, it then falls back.
Rain is a chemical reaction caused by a fenomonon of diurnal and seasonal patterns in the atmosphere, consisting of temperature differences from high and low pressure systems, shifting cold fronts merging with warm pressure systems and high level atmosphere instability-Air will only hold 100% relative humidity at any given temperature after that the air will begin to saturate and air will fall.
Tides are caused by the gravitational attraction of the Moon. The tides interact with the continental plates to form currents, which can also be created or altered by temperature differences in the sea. Winds are caused by the motion of air masses when the atmosphere is heated by the Sun, or cooled by colder land and ice surfaces. Air masses are also steered by the spinning of the Earth.
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