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2014-10-10T19:31:26+05:30
Trade winds: are patterns which lie in the lower section of the troposphere near the earth's equator (direction: easterly wind)
Polar easterlies: are dry, cold winds that blow from the polar highs from higher pressure-to lower pressure.(direction: latitudinal)
westerlies: it causes tropical cyclones towards the poles (direction: west towards east)
Coriolis effect: deflection of moving objects. when someone views a rotating frame suppose moving clockwise (right) the direction of deflection is left vice versa for counter clockwise frame.
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where is the corilis effect????
you have not also mentioned the direction of the wind
sorry i'll just add em