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Land Breezes and Sea Breezes Sea Breeze. Sea Breeze: During the day, the land warms up faster than the water . The warm air over the land rises while the cooler air over the water moves in to replace it. As well, the . cool air above then sinks down. As the warm air rises, it

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Sea Breeze: During the day, the

land

warms up faster than the

water.

The warm air over the land

rises

while the cooler air over the water moves in to replace it. As well, the

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cool air above then

sinks

down. As the warm air rises, it

expands

and

cools.

As it cools, it becomes more

dense.

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Land Breeze:

At night, dry land

cools

faster than water, due to the water’s large

specific

heat capacity. Since the land faster than the water, the air above the water is now

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Warmer and less dense

than the air above the dry land. Therefore the path of the convection current is the opposite of the daytime current. Warmer air above the water is

rising,

drawing in the cooler air from the

land