Coriolis force causes global winds to curve. As winds move north or south, they are deflected due to the rotation of the Earth. They curve to the west.
It is the Coriolis effect.
it is called the Coriolis effect
Answer #1: left===============Answer #2: right
Winds curve to the RIGHT in the northern hemisphere.
could be due to earth's rotational factor.
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.
Axial tilt of the wart moving, or the Coriolis Effect.
Convection currents: Causes the trade winds to curve to the west in both hemespheres
The winds curve because of the rotation of the Earth.
coriolis effect causes inds to cureve to the left or right depending on the hemisphere.
Its called the Coriollis Effect caused by the Earth's west to east rotation.
because of the coriolis effect in the northern hemisphere, winds travling north curve to the east and winds travaling to the south curve to the west.
Winds curve/turn towards the left in the Southern Hemisphere.
The causes of local winds are because of temperature and air pressure. The greater one of these are, the stronger the winds are.
The Earth's rotation affects all winds, prevailing or otherwise. In the northern hemisphere the Earth's rotation cause wind to curve to the right. It curves winds to the left in the southern hemisphere.
The friction of the seams with the air causes the ball to curve
it causes the winds to curb
The result of Earth's rotation. Air heads into low pressure system center and out of high pressure system.
Because of the rotation of the earth and the shape
The influence of earths rotation is called the Coriolis effect. The coriolis effect causes wind to curve instead of going in a straight line.
The Coriolis Effect.
Answer is B.Coriolis effect
I believe its the Coriolis effect
It is due to the Coriolis effect.