The arrow depict the different convection currents that move in the Earth's interior starting with the lithosphere. The subducting crustal plates sink into the asthenosphere because they are denser and cooler than the partially molten rock in the upper mantle. Mantle plumes rise towards the lithosphere and form ridges because they are warmer and lighter than the rock surround them.
Answer: Most of Western Europe has an Oceanic climate, in the Köppen climate classification. Oceanic climates normally feature cool summers, cool winters, and frequent overcast skies in fall, winter, and early spring. ... Parts of the central European plains have a hybrid oceanic/continental climate.
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