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# When the ocean is calm, its surface absorbs much of the sunlight reach

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Re: When the ocean is calm, its surface absorbs much of the sunlight reach [#permalink]
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Because the waves are anyways there in calm conditions too so it will have less impact.
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When the ocean is calm, its surface absorbs much of the sunlight reach [#permalink]
I dont know why it has assumed that only in cloudy condition we have winds

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