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    As the hot Saharan air rises several kilometres above the surface, it turns southward to meet the cooler air above the Sahel and the Gulf of Guinea. The rotation of the Earth turns this air current westward to create a powerful jet of air across the continent and out into the Atlantic Ocean. “It’s a very strong blow out of the east at 15-20,000ft (4.5-6km),” Klotzbach explains.

    อ่านต่อเพิ่มเติม โรงเรียนบ้านโป่งกระทิงล่าง

    สาระสำคัญ การวิจัย

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