The effect of the Coriolis force is an apparent deflection of the
path of an object that moves within a rotating coordinate system.
The object does not actually deviate from its path, but it appears to
do so because of the motion of the coordinate system.
Coriolis effect has greater influence on the dynamics of the atmosphere it
affects prevailing winds and the rotation of storms, and in the
hydrosphere, in which it affects the rotation of the oceanic
Dec 27th, 2014
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