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Re: Winter on the Amazon

In a message dated 8/21/00 11:16:56 AM Mountain Daylight Time, 
kutty@earthlink.net writes:

> You're right - the Andes are too high to let rain come over from the 
>  There isn't much rain on South America's west coast to begin with.  As for 
> the Amazon, I think a lot of the rain is convectional type, rather than 
> stream" or trade wind related.

Okay, but convection from WHERE?  The Gulf or the South Atlantic?

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