Global atmospheric circulation and general atmospheric circulation model - GCSE Geo

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What is the difference between global atmospheric circulation and the general atmospheric circulation model? GCSE geography.
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I did not know they were different...
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I did not know they were different...
Are they the same?
The AQA geography specification refers to the "general atmospheric circulation model" and the "global atmospheric circulation". So I thought they were different
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I’m 99% sure they’re the same. Make sure you know how it effects the climate and ecosystems (e.g why a rainforest would occur along the equator and a desert along the tropics)
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I’m 99% sure they’re the same. Make sure you know how it effects the climate and ecosystems (e.g why a rainforest would occur along the equator and a desert along the tropics)
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Are they the same?
The AQA geography specification refers to the "general atmospheric circulation model" and the "global atmospheric circulation". So I thought they were different
Yh i do aqa too. I think they just mean to know the model and stuff about it.
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Yh i do aqa too. I think they just mean to know the model and stuff about it.
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