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Intertropical convergence zone


Zone of low atmospheric pressure and ascending air located at or near the equator. Rising air currents are due to global wind convergence and convection from thermal heating. Location of the thermal e [..]
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Intertropical convergence zone


(ITCZ) The region where the northeasterly and southeasterly trade winds converge, forming an often continuous band of clouds or thunderstorms near the equator.
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The boundary zone separating the northeast trade winds of the Northern Hemisphere from the southeast trade winds of the Southern Hemisphere.
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belt of low-pressure air currents that circle the Earth at the Equator. Also known as the Monsoon Zone.
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Intertropical convergence zone


(Also called ITCZ, equatorial convergence zone.) The axis, or a portion thereof, of the broad trade-wind current of the Tropics. This axis is the dividing line between the southeast trades and the nor [..]
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where the surface level winds from the two Hadley Cells come together. The term was introduced to take into account the seasonal movement of the heat equator which causes the cells to change position [..]
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The region where the northeasterly and southeasterly trade winds converge, forming an often continuous band of clouds or thunderstorms near the equator. Source: NOAA-NWS ERH
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The region where the northeasterly and southeasterly trade winds converge, forming an often continuous band of clouds or thunderstorms near the equator.
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(abbrev. ITCZ) The boundary zone separating the northeast trade winds of the Northern Hemisphere from the southeast trade winds of the Southern Hemisphere. The region where the northeasterly and south [..]
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The zone where tropical trade winds
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The intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) is a band close to the Equator where the trades wind of the two hemispheres meet, resulting in a convergence, rising air and heavy precipitation. See section [..]
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An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds converge. It is a broad area of low pressure where both the coriolis force and the low-level pressure gradient are weak, occasionally al [..]
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The area in tropical regions where the trade winds from the northern and southern hemispheres meet. Characterised by cloud and rain. The zone moves north and south with the northern and southern summe [..]
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A discontinuous belt of thunderstorms paralleling the equator and marking the convergence of the northern and southern hemisphere surface trade winds. See El Niño's Extended Family
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belt of clouds and thunderstorms that runs parallel to the equator and marks where the trade winds of both hemispheres come together. Shifts seasonally, and is associated with monsoons and dry seasons [..]
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The boundary zone separating the northeast trade winds of the Northern Hemisphere from the southeast trade winds of the Southern Hemisphere.
Source: srh.noaa.gov

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(ITCZ) - The location in the atmosphere along both sides of the equator at which the strong upward motion of air (Hadley cell) is characterized by heavy precipitation in convective thunderstorms and b [..]
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Intertropical convergence zone


The boundary zone between the trade wind system of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres; it is characterized in maritime climates by showery precipitation with cumulonimbus clouds sometimes extending [..]
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(ITCZ) The region where the northeasterly and southeasterly trade winds converge, forming an often continuous band of clouds or thunderstorms near the equator.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds converge, usually located between 10 degrees North and South of the equator. It is a broad area of low pressure where both the Coriolis [..]
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Intertropical convergence zone


(ITCZ) Discontinuous belt of thunderstorms paralleling the equator and marking the convergence of the Northern and Southern Hemisphere surface trade winds.
Source: wrds.uwyo.edu

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(ITCZ) The region where the northeasterly and southeasterly trade winds
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An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds converge, usually located between 10 degrees North and South of the equator. It is a broad area of low pressure where both the Coriolis force and the low-level pressure gradient are weak, occasionally allowing tropical disturbances to form. It fluctuates in location, following the sun& [..]
Source: docuweather.com

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Intertropical convergence zone


An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds converge, usually located between 10 degrees North and South of the equator. It is a broad area of low pressure where both the Coriolis [..]
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Intertropical convergence zone


(abbrev. ITCZ) The boundary zone separating the northeast trade winds of the Northern Hemisphere from the southeast trade winds of the Southern Hemisphere.
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The area near the equator called "The Doldrums" by sailors, where the trade winds converge.
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Intertropical convergence zone


An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds converge, usually located between 10 degrees North and South of the equator. It is a broad area of low pressure where both the Coriolis force and the low-level pressure gradient are weak, occasionally allowing tropical disturbances to form. It fluctuates in location, following the sun [..]
Source: 40north70west.com

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Intertropical convergence zone


the zone near the equator where mixing occurs between the two tropical zones of the atmosphere
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Intertropical convergence zone


An area where the Northern and Southern Hemispheric trade winds
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