How is depression created?
- How is depression created?
- How are waves formed?
- Why does depression bring bad weather?
- What is the weather like in a depression?
- How does the air move in a depression?
- How does a depression move?
- What are the risks of depression?
- What is the lowest depression on Earth?
- What are the effects of masked depression?
- What is Anaclitic Depression?
In principle, a depression forms when air rises over a large area, an anticyclone when air sinks. In equatorial regions, for example, the air to very warm. Like him to expands its density becomes lower there than that of the fresh air of the neighboring regions.
It is from the depths of the ocean that the seabed comes to put its little grain of sand. Along its journey, the swell will rub against the seabed. This friction will slow down its wave speed while vertically amplifying the swell to form of the waves in to approaching the coast.
Depressions are often associated with bad weatherbecause the dynamic that surrounds a depression presupposes the existence of updrafts that cause clouds and precipitation. Moreover, the horizontal pressure gradient around a depression can generate strong winds.
Usually in a depressionthe sky is cloudy. This system generally generates bad timestrong winds and heavy rain. He extends over more than a thousand km around.
In depression the lowest pressures to are in the center. The winds (shift of the’air) are moving then from the periphery towards the center (they converge). Due to the Coriolis force, the winds are deflected to the right in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the southern hemisphere.
The depression moves more or less towards the east pushed by the violent winds of the high altitudes – currents jets. The end of the depression happens when the faster cold front catches up with the warm front and to merges with it to form only one rainy front: occluded front.
The risk for these patients is generally to cut themselves off from everyone around them (isolation) or to take refuge in an addiction. This form of depression presents, contrary to the classic form, a tendency of the patient to speak without stopping (logorrhea), with few emotions spontaneously expressed.
When covered with low-permeability materials, depressions can be the source of wetlands or lakes. The lowest depression on Earth is the Dead Sea, which is more than 400 meters below sea level.
. In masked depression, the person apparently has no feelings of sadness, which in fact is repressed. Generally, on the other hand, there is an impact on sleep, libido, a psychomotor slowdown, which will lead the person to consult.
In the infant, we speak of anaclitic depression, which occurs when he is permanently separated from the maternal figure. In adolescents, the diagnosis of depression is also complex because sadness is not necessarily present. Symptoms can be: