Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 26 – The leak of the large carrier

Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 26 – The leak of the large carrier

Published July 13, 2009

The large carrier

Thermohaline circulation

Winds have no influence after 800m deep, they cannot be the drivers of deep ocean circulation

These currents are created by differences in temperature, cold water being denser than warm water, and the salinity of the water, salt water is denser than fresh water between the layers of Ocean

The deeper currents are called thermohaline circulation, and those who are a little less in depth are called thermohaline circulation

The warm surface waters are responsible for salt, because of evaporation, which tends to make them more dense

In winter, during the formation of the ice, the ice once formed expels the salt that adds even more unfrozen water becomes so dense that it plunges into the depths

Importantly, the surface currents and deep currents are interconnected and formed

We then introduced the term figurative treadmill: conveyor belt, my favorite lead the major carrier to describe the transport of deep water from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back surface

With the heat capacity of water, the ocean is an enormous reservoir of heat

Its thermal inertia is much larger than that of air, it moderates the seasonal thermal changes of air masses that would otherwise be much larger

And the warm currents of the surface layers can warm the climate of a region

Conversely, the cold waters rise to the surface water temperatures moderate equatorial regions

However, this movement is not well known because it is difficult to measure

The ocean plays a critical role in regulating the climate of our planet and it provides a transport of heat from the equator to the poles as important as the atmosphere

The monsoon currents

Protected from cold winds by the barrier of the Himalayas, India is a country on the whole very hot and dry for eight months of the year and dominated by the phenomenon of the monsoon

The prevailing winds in winter, dry winds from the continent to the ocean and in summer, warm and moist winds from the ocean to the continent

Winter is a period of good weather and dry, which gradually warms in spring

In May, the weather gets hot, reaching their maxima

In early June occurs the summer monsoon, which lasts until September, sometimes October, pouring in a few months of downpours essential to life and accompanied by a slight decrease in temperatures

The monsoon current is very irregular from one year to another over the greater part of India The delay in the onset of the monsoon, or interruptions, leading to prolonged drought

In winter, the oscillations of the waves propagate eastward from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific, where the gales are associated promote the onset of an El Niño

Ocean currents, Wyrtki Jet, against South Equatorial Current, Somali Current, monsoon current south of India, have an important role in the redistribution of mass, heat and salinity

El Niño and the Indian Ocean dipole has a significant impact on regional climate

The currents near the Persian Gulf depend on the season

The winds come either from land or sea, the phenomenon of monsoon and bring rains or not for agriculture

These changing winds cause currents, which in turn affect the winds …

In addition, the monsoons are sensitive to changes in large-scale ocean: when there is an El Niño on the Peruvian coast, the wet monsoon slow in coming

In contrast, during La Niña phenomena, there are floods in the Indian subcontinent

El niño

In South America that has this amazing event that appears around Christmas, hence the name El Niño, the Christ child, every 5 or 6 years, although its frequency is from the beginning almost 90 years of annual

Normally, in December, the South Pacific is known for high pressure (air subsiding) and Indonesia and low pressure (rising air)

The Pacific Ocean, the largest water reservoir in the world, stores huge amounts of solar energy through its movements brewing
The trade winds that blow from the northeast and southeast repress the hot water to Indonesia and northern Australia

This causes a rise from 30 to 70 cm of water level in the western Pacific and a corresponding decline in the eastern Pacific
This leads to a rise in deeper waters (200 m) and cold (upwelling) that will compensate for this deficit on the coasts of Latin America
These waters are loaded with nutrients (potassium, magnesium, etc.). And plankton that attract and feed the shoals of sardines and anchovies, which are in turn of Peru and Chile the largest fish producers in the world
Meanwhile, the trade winds, loaded with water vapor, cause abundant precipitation during their ascent above Indonesia (up to 7 m of rainfall per year), while the other side of the Pacific in the Andes and the highlands of Peru drought-stricken

However, sometimes the path of the winds will change between January and March, upsetting the balanced flow of warm waters of the equatorial current and the upwelling

The cumulonimbus then settled off the coast of South America

Heavy rains falling on the west coast of Peru, cyclones are unleashed in Polynesia, while Indonesia dries up

This flip-flop of the atmospheric system is called Southern Oscillation by meteorologists
Indeed, every three or four years, for reasons unknown, occurs more warming (which lasts between 14 and 18 months) and larger waters of central and eastern equatorial Pacific
The large area of warm water, then forms a low pressure system responsible for very moist air and causing torrential rains

This disorder is called oceanic El Niño
And interaction between the oceanic and atmospheric dynamics is called El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)

When the situation returns to normal, it is called the Nina

Kuroshio

The Kuroshio, the equivalent of the Gulf Stream in the Pacific, is a western boundary current, formed by easterly winds ranging from Philippines to Japan to face before the Oyashio, the cold current

The waters of Japan are made by the fish meets the cold current Oyashio and Kuroshio warm current

The seabed shallow (a few hundred meters) from the Yellow Sea in Korea are good for fishing

The warm Kuroshio Current, which comes from the Philippines and is divided into 2 to Jeju before heading to Japan, has little force in this sea because of the lack of depth

Donghan current which flows northeast (Ulleungdo) has more strength and influence the climate of eastern Korea in winter

He meets the cold current Bukhan, from the north-east, and pushed southward in winter

This exchange of seasonal hot and cold streams makes the Korean coast is full of fish

Gulf Stream

From the Caribbean to the coast of Newfoundland, the Gulf Stream is one of the first current has been studied scientifically, because of its importance for transatlantic navigation

During his career, he rose from 25 ° to 2 ° C, warming to the passage of water and atmosphere, and loading of moisture it

We observe strong turbulence, changes in direction, speed and very high temperature

The Gulf Stream is an ocean current that drains the warm waters from the equator along the American coast from the Gulf of Mexico and is pushed by prevailing winds from the southwest to the coasts of Norway leading the transition a softening the climate of the whole of western Europe

And you will notice that the Gulf Stream runs directly in Norway and Western Europe it receives a leak ….
And if the leak did not exist, the climate of Lisbon is one of Washington (1 meter of snow and the Potomac in the ice in winter) that are at the same latitude …

Leakage of large carrier

As you can you know it, ocean currents, are generally beneficial to the countries which they run along

In fact, these currents, despite the name of their own, are part of the thermohaline circulation

I chose these currents: the currents of monsoon, El Niño, Kuroshio, Gulf Stream, because the Atlanteans have diverted some of these currents, which do not pass through the lands they occupy, to improve Climate

Of course, they do not diverted currents, but with their megalithic facilities, according to the map of megaliths Fernand Niel, they caused leaks, which were and still are sufficient to fulfill this role to improve climatic

I explained the operation of this technology in Chapter  3, the menhirs Atlantis, and I invite you to refer to them

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About DOUGLAS MOONSTONE

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