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Atmosphere above huge fire areas (e.g., “fire ocean”)? [closed]
My question is more about climate sciences, but I hope that it is still related to physics. What would be possible atmospheric conditions for planet with some kind of "fire" ocean? I had some ...
Jul 13 '12 at 20:26
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