Name the belts of the Earth’s atmospheric pressure.

In total, three low-pressure belts and 4 high-pressure belts are formed above the earth’s surface.
Low pressure – one above the equator and two in the temperate latitudes of both hemispheres.
Here the air moves upward, forming an upward movement, and a more humid climate.
High pressure – two over the tropics and two in the polar latitudes. Here, the air moves downward (downward currents) and the climate is dry.

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