Degree: Geography (Bachelors) - Oxford, St Peter's College University
Hi there I'm Tim. I'm currently studying for a BA hons in Geography at St Peter's College, Oxford. I have a real passion for the world around me and I hope to pass that on to you as well!
I will teach you in a fun and innovative way through photos, maps and diagrams, to make sure you understand the key topics and concepts.
In 55 minutes a lot can be achieved, especially if your enjoying it! I aim to make all my sessions enjoyable and interesting to help you achieve your potential.
Can you help with Oxbridge Applications and UCAS?
Yes! I can help with personal statements, interview practice and TSA preparation. I have plenty of advice and experience that I'd love to pass on to make you feel more prepared and less stressed out about your application!
If you think I can help you out or if you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me! There are two ways to do this either through the "Webmail" or book a "Meet the Tutor" session.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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The Hadley cell is one part of the tricellular global atmospheric circulation of air. It begins at the equator, where intense solar radiation warms the air causing it to rise through convection. This rising air causes low pressure at the surface. As the air rises it cools and moves away from the equator, it then subsides or sinks resulting in high pressure in subtropical areas.
Surface winds move from high to low pressure as part of the cell. These are called the trade winds that move from sub tropical areas to the equator. This happens on both sides of the equator and where the trade winds meet is called the ITCZ or Inter Tropical Convergence Zone.see more