||a zone in the water column that shows a sudden change in temperature with depth.
|| energy transferred into water, causing evaporation and the rising of warm air, creating two layers of horizontal winds moving in opposite directions.
||large, nearly circular systems of wind-driven surface currents that center around latitude 30° in both hemispheres
||O? in the atmosphere that deflects ultraviolet radiation
||Ocean circulation driven by differences in water density, due to variations in water temperature and salinity, rather than by the wind or tides.
||The tendency of objects moving large distances on Earth's surface to bend to the right in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the southern.
||The winds that blow from west to east at middle latitudes.0/8
||Variable winds that blow at high latitudes.
||Gases that block transmission of heat back to space and insulate Earth.