Winds circulate around the globe because of the rotation of the earth and the energy from the sun.
Much like the earthâ€™s atmosphere, which circulates warm and cold air across the earth, the ocean also circulates warm and cold water across the world.
A temperature gradient is the change in temperature across a specified boundary or front.
Sea and Land Breezes describe the wind that blows onshore from sea to land during the day and blows offshore in the evening.
Monsoons are massive, seasonally changing sea breeze circulations that form due to temperature differences between land and ocean.