Question: Northern Hemisphere Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere 100 TO L H H OST Figure #1 Let’s Imagine That In A Left Panel In The Above Figure, PGF, Friction Forces, And The Coriolis Effect Were All Three Actively Affecting Winds By Default Then, These Winds Have To Be At The Isobars (lines Of Points With Equal Pressure), As They Pressure Center A) Upper …

Question: Northern Hemisphere Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere 100 TO L H H OST Figure #1 Let’s Imagine That In A Left Panel In The Above Figure, PGF, Friction Forces, And The Coriolis Effect Were All Three Actively Affecting Winds By Default Then, These Winds Have To Be At The Isobars (lines Of Points With Equal Pressure), As They Pressure Center A) Upper …

Northern Hemisphere Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere 100 TO L H H OST Figure #1 Lets imagine that in a left panel in

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Northern Hemisphere Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere 100 TO L H H OST Figure #1 Let’s imagine that in a left panel in the above figure, PGF, Friction forces, and the Coriolis effect were all three actively affecting winds By default then, these winds have to be at the Isobars (lines of points with equal pressure), as they pressure center a) upper atmospheric level/ staying parallels to the move towards the b) upper atmospheric level/ crossing/move towards the c) earth surface/staying parallel to the stay at the same distance from the d) earth surface/ crossing/move towards the