Clear Skies Does Not Always Equal Clear Sailing - A Look At The Formation Of Persistent Weak Layers - by Eric Knoff

Submitted by Eric Knoff on Thu, 01/05/2012 - 15:15
The snowpack is a record of weather events that take place during the winter.  Heavy snows, wind, even long dry spells, help to create unique layers in the snowpack. The order in which these weather events occur determines both the structure and stability of the pack.

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