They are called isobars.
Wind is caused by differences in air pressure from place to place. If you look at a weather forecast map, you should see lines of equal pressure, these are called isobars. If you see a large area of equal pressure, the winds in that area will be light, this is called an anticyclone. If you see an area with the isobars close together there will be strong winds there. In extreme cases usually in tropical areas where there is a high amount of power from the sun, the isobars will form a circle with a very low pressure in the centre, and a hurricane will be formed.
On a field map, the winds are the strongest when the isobars are very close together, and the pressure gradient is high.
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Isobars are a point or line drawn on map that connects the places of constant pressure e.g, atmospheric pressure or sea level.
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Isotopes and isobars are very different. Isotopes are different atoms of the same element that have varying atomic masses (such as U-237 and U-235; i.e. they differ only in the number of neutrons contained within the nucleus), while isobars are a computed line through a variable region that all have the same value (think about the lines on a meteorological map). The specific line around a low pressure system where the pressure at every point on the line is the same atmospheric pressure is an isobar. Isobars are nuclei of different elements having the same mass number but different atomic number.
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Yea, where would you generally see isobars??