What will happen to the Namib Desert if the temperature of the Benguela Current rises sharply?

The desert will disappear, as the condition will change, preventing the occurrence of convection and precipitation from rising air masses. Due to the fact that at the ocean surface, the temperature of the air cooled by the Benguela Current is lower than in the upper atmosphere, atmospheric moisture over the Namib Desert only condenses in the form of dew (due to evaporation in cold hours from the ocean surface).

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