Meteorological observations, snow volume change and insulation experiment data at Craftsbury Outdoors Center, Vermont in 2018, supplement to: Weiss, Hannah; Bierman, Paul; Dubief, Yves; Hamshaw, Scott (2019): Optimization of over-summer snow storage at midlatitudes and low elevation. The Cryosphere Discussions, 13, 3367–3382

Hannah Weiss & Paul Bierman
Climate change, including warmer winter temperatures, a shortened snowfall season, and more rain-on-snow events, threatens nordic skiing as a sport. In response, over-summer snow storage, attempted primarily using wood chips as a covering material, has been successfully employed as a climate change adaptation strategy by high-elevation and/or high-latitude ski centers in Europe and Canada. Such storage has never been attempted at a site with both a low altitude and latitude, and few studies have quantified...
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