Earth's rotation causes different temperatures on two shores of this lake
Scientists have learned that the Earth's rotation causes different temperatures on the shores of Italy's Lake Garda. The finding was the result of a two year study, that included a number of numerical simulations of Lake Garda's hydro dynamics.
According to a press release issued by the University of Trento, when the wind blows along Lake Garda is main axis year's rotation causes of secondary circulation which displaces the water literally from one coast to the other.
The study also noted, this creates a difference in water temperature and contributes to the transport of oxygen nutrients, and other substances from the surface of the deep layers, and vice versa.