Wind reversal

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wind reversal

A change in the direction of the wind that takes place either in time or in space, for example, the change from easterlies to westerlies or westerlies to easterlies caused by the stratospheric quasi-biennial oscillation and the change from easterlies to westerlies with altitude observed in the troposphere of the central equatorial Pacific.

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