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What does global winds mean in science?

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Winds that blow steadily from specific directions over long distances.

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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.


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.


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


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


No, they certainly do not. That is a False on your Geography search, dear. The global winds cause the winds to have a tamper on the sky.


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Actually it is very important to have both local winds, and global winds. Becuase each helps earth and everything on it a lot...


Land breezes and sea breezes are examples of local winds.


The shape of the earth, uneven heating, and rotating earth contribute to global winds.


it is important coz' science is English.. i mean the language of science is English.. and English is the global language...




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