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Seasonal Snowpacks: Processes of Compositional Change

Proceedings

Series: NATO ASI Series G: Ecological Sciences [Closed] Volume: 28

Edited By: TD Davies, M Tranter and HG Jones

471 pages, 120 figures

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 1991 | #16277 | ISBN: 354051760X
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This text examines the processes which control the chemistry of seasonal snowcover and provides detailed information on the biogeographical distribution of snow (urban, alpine), snow composition (micropollutants, stable isotopes) and physical and biological processes (wind, microbiological activity). The fluxes of chemicals at the snow-atmosphere and snow-soil interfaces are examined, along with the processes which modify composition within the snow-cover.


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