The Sun heats Earth's atmosphere unevenly This causes convection currents to move in large circles in the atmosphere What is the result of convection currents in the atmosphere?

If the Earth did not rotate, convection currents would move in one straight path, from the equator to the North Pole and back again. The rotation of the Earth causes this path to be skewed so that currents move in smaller circles between these areas. This is called the Coriolis Effect.

The ocean does move in circles. If you look at any map showing ocean currents, you'll see that the majority of them make big, somewhat distorted circles. The continents are in the way, so the ocean currents have a rather complicated circulation pattern (see "Thermohaline Circulation").

convection occurs in the asthenosphere, which is located under the lithosphere. the inner core heats the liquid mantle and it circles and produces plate tectonic activity.

There are many things which completely circle the globe. The first thing that comes to mind is the equator, but the artic and Antarctic circles also circle the globe (as well as every other degree of latitude). The taiga forest circles the globe. The atmosphere circles the globe.

If you share with your circles, only your circles can see what you've posted. Extended circles includes people who are in your circles' circles. (Hope that makes sense!)

Concentric circles are circles within other circles. Some examples of concentric circles are archery targets, the bullseye on a dart board, the eye, a wheel with a hubcap.