The accumulation of warm surface water in the west and the upwelling of colder water in the east cause a large-scale convection
pattern: the air rises over Indonesia and sinks off the west coast of South America.
A similar picture is observed in numerical simulation; a large part of the domain is occupied by a zone of large-scale convection
where large vortex structures are localized; heat exchange occurs in the regime of highly developed turbulent convection.
The inferred temperature is high enough that the process might drive large-scale convection
within the ocean.
The eastward-propagating large-scale convection
had two maxima (Fig.
With time through large-scale convection
processes, which now cause plate tectonics, this material was stirred down into the interior of the Earth.
The company then joined forces with the University of Chile and developed a large-scale convection
oven that used hot air to toast staves and chips.
The last bout of large-scale convection
in the Japan Sea occurred more than a half-century ago.
These are the waters that eventually cool and sink in the Norwegian and Greenland Seas, flowing southward to complete a large-scale convection
cell that plays a fundamental role in regulating Earth's climate.
Its observational data reveal that eastward-propagating mesoscale cloud systems played an important role in moistening the middle and upper troposphere to assist the onset of large-scale convection
(Katsumata et al.
The electrified gas seems to be moving up and down in deep, large-scale convection
currents rather than circulating horizontally near the solar surface.