Newly Fallen Snow and Air Temperature

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THE physical features of a layer of fallen snow at a given time are chiefly dependent on (1) meteorological conditions while the snow is falling, and (2) meteorological factors which occur later causing metamorphosis of the snow.

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    Schnee und Lawinen in den Winter 1942/43 bis 1945/46; 1948/49 bis 1950/51” (Eigg. Institut f. Schnee- und Lawinen-forschung, Weissfluhjoch/Davos).

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    Mason and Ludlam, “Reports on Progress in Physics”, 14, 147 (1951).

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    Rau, Geofisica pura e appl., 26, 75 (1953).

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BOSSOLASCO, M. Newly Fallen Snow and Air Temperature. Nature 174, 362–363 (1954) doi:10.1038/174362b0

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