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Year: 2006
The paper shows that rainfall has become more common at the expense of snowfall at western cooperative-weather stations since the 1950s, in response to the warming trends during the same period
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Year: 2005
Using streamflow and Snowpack Telemetry (SNOTEL) measurements as constraints, the evaluation of the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) daily and 8-day snow-cover products is carried out using the Upper Rio Grande River Basin as a test site
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Year: 2001
The principal objective of the Report was to examine how snowfall patterns are expected to change in the light of climatic change scenarios and to review the possible socio-economic and environmental implications of such changes
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Year: 2001
The Calderone Glacier, located in the Gran Sasso d'Italia mountain group (Abruzzo, Italy), is the most southern glacier in Europe
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Year: 1998
During cold intervals of the Pleistocene, snow accumulation was responsible for extensive and repeated glaciation in western and central Tasmania and for a small glaciation on the highest part of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales
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Year: 1998
Snow is a natural form of atmospheric precipitation
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Year: 1998
A study of snow statistics over the past 50 years at several climatological stations in the Swiss Alps has highlighted periods in which snow was either abundant or not
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Year: 1998
There is an obvious decline in animal species abundance with increased altitude within the latitudinal band of south-eastern mainland Australia which encompasses the Australian Alps
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Year: 1998
Seasonal or persistent snow is a feature of polar and alpine areas of the Earth
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