Answer to Question #79071 in Physical geography for Omair Shafiq
My question is that if heating of the ground from the sun causes a low on the ground and a high pressure aloft at a higher elevation.
Then why doesn't it apply to a global level, where tropical high exist at both surface and higher elevations casing the same pattern of wind on both elevation even though both are more than 10km apart
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