Some sources of air pollution produce tiny black particles that can be transported around the world

Some sources of air pollution produce tiny black particles that can be transported around the world and settle on regions covered in snow and ice. based on the albedo effect, how might this air pollution contribute to warming global temperatures, melting polar ice caps, and rising sea levels? 3. if earth was not tilted on its axis, how would it affect the seasonality of rainfall at the equator? 4. what parallels can you draw between the processes that drive hadley cells versus rain shadows? 5. if there was no coriolis effect, how would it affect atmospheric convection currents and ocean currents? 6. how do ocean gyres affect the pattern nf nlant hrdi

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  1. Convection : Warm air rises and cold air sinks, you have a cycle there 😀
    You can experience it on the beach shore. Since water has a high heat capacity ( it takes longer to heat up ) and the sand get hot quickly, the air on the shore gets warm and rises. When the air reaches to certain elevation (or meet the temperature of the beach), it gets cooler and sinks, cold air from the beach blown to the shore. 

  2. 2) These currents help regulate air temperatures and, therefore, the global climate, counteracting the uneven distribution of solar radiation reaching Earth

    Explanation:

    The ocean currents are part of the hydrosphere. They receive warmth from the sunlight. They warm up at the lower latitudes, and cool off at the higher latitudes. The ocean currents are in constant movement though, and they warm up the higher latitudes, and cool down the lower latitudes. The warming up and cooling off of the temperatures goes through the radiation of energy from the ocean currents. That radiation goes to the air masses, thus there is a transfer of energy from the hydrosphere tot he atmosphere. This transfer of energy between these two spheres helps to balance and modify the climate around the globe.

  3. Convection

    Explanation: Convection produces winds and ocean currents. The greater the pressure differences between a low-pressure area and a high-pressure area, the stronger the winds.

  4. Hello,

    Your answer to this question is convection

    Wind in the atmosphere and currents in the ocean are caused by uneven heating that produces convection.

    Hope this helps

  5. Wind in the atmosphere and currents in the ocean are caused by uneven heating that produces  convection   .

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