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Subnivean climate

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Subnivean climate (From Latin for "under" (sub) and "snow" (nives) refers to the zone in and ... at a faster rate with higher temperatures, in the presence of water, under larger...

All About Snow | Snow Characteristics | National Snow and Ice Data ...

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Sounds may seem clearer and travel farther under these circumstances. ... Snow near the ground in deeper snowpack is warmer because it is close to the warm ...

Questions and Answers about Snow - Snow Forecast

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Under certain conditions, usually requiring near-freezing temperatures, light winds, and ... For a more detailed answer, see When is it too warm to snow?, Texas ...

There's a secret world under the snow, and it's in trouble | Cary ...

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Jan 27, 2016 ... Counterintuitively, warmer air temperatures and a lack of snow can actually cause the exposed ground below to become colder. Without the ...

Over and Under the Snow - Kate Messner

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But under the snow exists a secret kingdom of squirrels and snow hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many other animals that live through the winter safe and warm,  ...

Myths about snow, safety and staying warm - The Portland Press ...

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Jan 4, 2014 ... When the temperature dips below zero and snow piles up over the lid of the trash barrel, do you know what to do?

Probing the Hidden World of Snow - National Wildlife Federation

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Nov 24, 2014 ... Under the snow, small mammals (such as this vole) take advantage of ... ptarmigan plunge into snow on especially frigid nights to stay warm.

Summit Outside: Subnivean zone: life under the snow | SummitDaily ...

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Jan 1, 2013 ... The name comes from the Latin for "under" (sub) and "snow" (nives). ... Warmer temperatures are found closer to the ground because it ...

7 Scientific Tips for Staying Warm - Live Science

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Dec 9, 2014 ... Keeping warm when it's cold out may be easier if you know the ... or hip deep in backcountry snow, requires paying attention to the science of heat transfer. ... Children under age 2 have not developed the ability to shiver to ...

Too Cold To Snow? Experiment | Education.com

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May 6, 2013 ... This happens when warm air collides with cold air. ... the daily average temperature and the snow precipitation, both found under “Daily Driving ...

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All About Snow | How Snow Forms | National Snow and Ice Data ...

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While it can be too warm to snow, it cannot be too cold to snow. Snow ... Under certain conditions, usually requiring near-freezing temperatures, light winds, and  ...

Why is it warmer under the snow?

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The farther you move above or below the snow surface, the warmer it gets. The air temperature only two metres above the snow may be 5-10<sup>o</sup>C warmer than at ...

Life Under the Snow | Audubon

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As a result, more microbe colonies may thrive when it warms under the snow cover, ... If a warmer world means the delayed arrival of the snowpack, even more  ...