ex10 - Ecuador and Peru 18. A few weeks 19. 3-7, south...

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Answers part 2: 1. 23.5 2. Koeppen (1936) 3. Monsoon 4. Walker 5. 6. January & July 40% 7. Resultant winds 8. Land/ocean 9. High 10. Orographic 11. Spatially, temporally 12. Strong trade winds 13. Strong trade winds, from south america toward austrailia 14. Peruvian ocean current, south america 15. 19 th , Peru 16. The boy child, around Christmas 17. Near the end of each year a warm countercurrent, which flows eastward along the equator develops. Resulting in warm water accumulations along the coast of
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Unformatted text preview: Ecuador and Peru 18. A few weeks 19. 3-7, south America 20. Southern oscillation, a reversal of pressure systems 21. Temperature and size, countercurrents 22. Warmer 23. Cooler 24. Wetter 25. Drought conditions 26. Suppression 27. El Nino 28. Pacific, colder 29. Positive 30. Negative 31. Eastern pacific hurricanes, Atlantic hurricanes...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course GEO 2242 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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