What do you mean by the ‘Coriolis effect’?
The Coriolis effect is the apparent deflection of the path of any object that moves within a rotating coordinate system. It is a result of the Earth’s rotation and causes moving air and water to appear to be deflected to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Coriolis effect is responsible for many large-scale weather patterns and ocean currents and is also a factor in the movement of objects such as aeroplanes, missiles, and satellites. It plays a crucial role in the study of meteorology, oceanography, and many other areas of science.