CanSISE Research news article - Snow-cover changes

The findings from a recent CanSISE publication on the topic of snow-cover changes (CanSISE researchers Marco Hernández-Henríquez and Stephen Déry) has been covered in a science news article released at EnvironmentalResearchWeb. A brief discussion and Q&A on their research can be found in the article linked here:

 

http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/61532

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