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medical illustration of Winds blowing from the north move surface waters offshore, driven by the earth’s west-to-east rotation (the Coriolis effect). As warmer waters move west, nutrient-rich colder waters are drawn to the surface, feeding tiny plankton and giant humpback whales alike. Photoshop and Illustrator. Published in
Next medical illustration of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Produced for an earth science textbook for Electronic Publishing Services/McGraw Hill. Keywords: vector, earth, earth science, sea, ocean, tectonics, subduction, earthquake, magma, volcano, eruption, continental crust, continental shelf, fault, oceanic ridge, sediments, ash, climate, textbook, cutaway, infographic, Fiona Martin

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Winds blowing from the north move surface waters offshore, driven by the earth’s west-to-east rotation (the Coriolis effect). As warmer waters move west, nutrient-rich colder waters are drawn to the surface, feeding tiny plankton and giant humpback whales alike. Photoshop and Illustrator. Published in "A Moveable Feast: The Ups and Downs of Coastal Upwelling," by K. Wong. Bay Nature Magazine (2007). Keywords: vector, marine, ocean, climate, fish, shark, earth, map, infographic, Fiona Martin

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