Let It Snow

March 2005
Onearth;Spring2005, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p45
Studies the ability of gushing snow-fed waterways in polar and mountain regions to turn into trickles due to global warming. Efforts of the Natural Resources Defense Council to gather skiers to film a series of public service announcements highlighting the threat of global warming to winter sports.


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