circulation flux

circulation flux

[‚sər·kyə·′lā·shən ‚fləks]
(meteorology)
Flux due to mean atmospheric motion as opposed to eddy flux; the dominant flux in low latitudes.
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However, local circulation fluxes are formed, with flurries and more powerful and frequent turbulences.