The Winds Of The World
By John Harrison
•The combination of pressure belts and the Coriolis Effect cause global winds
•These are _polar_easterlies, prevailing, westerlies and trade winds
High pressure is created over the ocean during the day and low pressure over land due to uneven heating
- Air moves from the ocean to the land creating a sea breeze
a coastal breeze blowing at night from land to sea, caused by the difference in the rate of cooling of their respective surfaces.