Global atmospheric circulation polar ferrel and hadley cells the movement of air across the planet occurs in a specific pattern the whole system is driven by the equator which is the hottest . Global winds and precipitation besides their effect on the global wind belts the high and low pressure areas created by the six atmospheric circulation cells determine in a general way the amount of precipitation a region receives in low pressure regions where air is rising rain is common. The circulation of wind in the atmosphere is driven by the rotation of the earth and the incoming energy from the sun wind circulates in each hemisphere in three distinct cells which help transport energy and heat from the equator to the poles. Global atmospheric circulation creates winds across the planet as air moves from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure it also leads to areas of high rainfall like the tropical rainforests and areas of dry air like deserts
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