The sun affects the movement of global winds by heating up the waters at the Equator.
Local winds are caused by small convection currents and global winds are caused by large convection winds. All wind is caused by the uneven heating of Earth's surface, which sets convection currents in motion.
Global winds are local winds.
it could affect by the hemisphere
Pevailing Westerlies. Or just Westerlies
when the global winds blow toward the earth it causes more gases and chemicals in the air and it pollutes the air and causes air pollution.
Global can affect anyone in the world while local is just in your area.
all types of global winds are north winds, south winds, east winds. west winds, and western winds
Trade winds,Westerlies,and Easterlies are examples of global winds.
Yes global winds are constant.
Global Winds Coriolis EffectContinental Deflection
Thermal energy is transferred by global winds.
Global winds are caused by ocean currents.
global winds blow in specific directions.
There are 8 types of global winds.
The prevailing Westerlies
Global Winds are formed from uneven heating of the atmosphere from the sun.
Global winds blow North to South
Global winds are winds that blow From the poles, in which they act as a heat transfer system. Global winds are due to the unequal heating of earths surface
The things that affect climate are global winds, ocean currents, distance to water, topography, latitude, and elevation.
global winds are winds that blow over long distances.local winds are winds that blow over short distances. you can't type because i had to fix your mistake on "blow" :(
German is affected by global winds because of the prevailing westerlies.
Global winds are caused by unequal heating of the Earth's surface and they curve because... If the Earth did not rotate, Global Winds would not curve. They would be straight as a line. So because of EARTH'S ROTATION, global winds curve.
I believe there are 5 global winds:Polar EasterliesWesterliesTrade WindsDoldrumsHorse Latitudes
global winds generally blow from specific directions over long distances