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Major Surface Currents - Noah Link - McFarland

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Noah Link

on 31 January 2013

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Transcript of Major Surface Currents - Noah Link - McFarland

Major Surface Currents by Noah link and Nathan John Warm equatorial currents are located in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Each of these oceans has two warm-water equaturial currents that move in a westward direction.Between these westward flowing currents lies a weaker eastward flowing current called the Equatorial Counter current. Equatorial Currents Currents in the Southern Hemisphere In the Southern Hemisphere, the currents in the main gyres move counterclockwise. In the most southerly regions of the oceans, constant westward winds produce the world's largest current, the Antartic Circumpolar Current, also know as west wind drift. No continents interrupt the movement of this current, which completely circles Antartica and crosses all three major oceans.
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