Subtropical Convergence

Subtropical Convergence

[‚səb′träp·ə·kəl kən′vər·jəns]
(oceanography)
The zone of converging currents, generally located in midlatitudes.
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Reduced Chla was observed in the South Atlantic subtropical convergence zone, central Indian Ocean, equatorial Pacific, and northeast Pacific (see also Sidebar 3.1).
Demersal bony fish of the outer shelf and upper slope of the southern Brazil Subtropical Convergence Ecosystem.