|Gyre means a circular or spiral motion or form and especially, a giant circular oceanic surface current. Gyre or gire may also refer to Vortex, Cyclone, Tropical cyclone, Maelstrom, Whirlpool, and Tornado. An ocean gyre is a circular ocean current formed by the Earth's wind patterns and the forces created by the rotation of the planet. A Gyre is a naturally occurring vortex of wind and currents that rotate in a clockwise direction in the northern hemisphere and counter-clockwise in the southern hemisphere. These create a whirlpool effect, whose vortex moves more slowly at the center and that is where marine plastic debris collects.
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