The terms Land Breeze and Sea Breeze refer to the directions from which the breeze comes.
The causes of the two different breezes are the relative differences in temperatures of the masses from which they originate. During the day, the land is generally heated to temperatures that exceed the temperature of the adjacent sea causing a flow of air from the cooler sea towards the warmer land where the air is rising. This is called a Sea Breeze because the air is moving from the sea towards the land.
Conversely, in the evening as the land mass cools more rapidly than the adjacent water, the flow is reversed and air from the cooler land mass moves towards the warmer (and hence rising) air mass over the sea. This, then, is called a Land Breeze as it moves from the land towards the sea.
The only difference - is the direction the breeze is blowing. A land breeze flows from land to sea, while a sea breeze blows in the opposite direction.
The only difference - is the direction of flow. A sea breeze blows from the sea onto the land. A land breeze flows in the opposite direction.
A sea breeze. A land breeze blows from land to sea.
It is a wind from the sea that develops over land near coasts.
Land breeze is in the air sea breeze is in the water
land and sea breeze are each others opposites
pressure differences as a result of different specific heats between water and land
A breeze forms when the air moves between land and sea... This was my homework and found out "Sea Breeze" I'm not sure about that yet, But I think it's correct )
A sea breeze is a breeze that blows towards the land from the sea. The sea breeze is usually cooler than the temperature on the land.
A sea breeze.
A sea breeze blows from the sea to the land. It is usually a cooling breeze.