convection

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a: Convection ~
b: a buoyant bubble

What:

"Convection is like a buoyant bubble, he said. In mammutus clouds, evaporation causes pockets of negative buoyancy as it cools the air inside the cloud. This makes the clouds puff downward instead of up like cumulus clouds, and they end up being like upside-down bubbles."


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Date: Mar 31 2016 5:23 PM



a: Convection ~
b: a boiling pot

What:

"Convection is like a boiling pot. Heated soup rises to the surface, spreads and begins to cool, and then sinks back to the bottom of the pot where it is reheated "


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Mar 31 2016 5:26 PM



a: convection current ~
b: whurl pool

What:

"The convection current is like a whurl pool, once the current starts flowing it stays that way consistently, it has turned up at point A because it is hotter below the heat rises and once it hits the top it goes to the side and this going in a consistent cycle."


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Writer: Olivia Ross
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Date: Feb 7 2017 9:14 PM



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