Re: Kalieda climate
|From:||Rik Roots <rikroots@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, February 17, 2002, 14:00|
Apologies. that should have been
> Are there much mountain ranges above sea-level? If not, that'd increase the
> effect of of undisrupted air circulation. If there's huge enough reaches of
> unbroken ocean, I guess one'd see interesting patterns with multiple cells
> of oceanic currents in the same ocean (on Earth, the Atlantic and the
> Pacific just have one north of the equator and one south each).
>Ewlah (my main continent, but the smallest of the 3 continents on
the planet) is "more vertical than horizontal". As the continents are
positioned, I am assuming just one cell would form in the southern
hemisphere, and that the northern hemisphere currents would be
I'd love to feed the planet's data into a weather prediction
programme, if only to find out how wrong my assumptions really are.
> Are those 11% land spread among many islands and mini-continents, or smacked
> together into one or two biggish continents? (Eurasia alone is over 11% of
> the Earth's area, so you can't have any big ones!)
>Three discrete landmasses of roughly similar size.
> >Comments and suggestions are, as ever, more than welcome.
> Doesn't sound to me like the planet I wish to spend my retirement on!
>Heh! You won't be wanting a travel brochure, then?
>Thanks for taking the time to comment. Much appreciated.
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