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Stories by Reginald E. Newell

Carbon Monoxide and the Burning Earth

Measurements of atmospheric carbon monoxide from space have found large amounts of the gas in unexpected places. Tropical burning rivals transportation and industry as a source of carbon monoxide...

October 1, 1989 — Henry G. Reichle, Reginald E. Newell and Wolfgang Seiler

The Circulation of the Upper Atmosphere

New studies identify regions in the atmosphere that operate like heat engines and others that operate like refrigerators. The latter move heat uphill and chill regions that otherwise would be warm...

March 1, 1964 — Reginald E. Newell
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