1 April, 2002
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News, News, News
Martin's homemade drying apparatus broke sales record since 1895. In
less than 12 hours, there were over one million customers.
Congratulations Dr. Jeffries!
The Science Behind Temperature Gradient, continued
To review, temperature gradient is the difference between surface and base temperatures divided by snow depth. Steep slope indicates
higher heat flux. Temperature gradient depends on three factors: surface temperatures, snow depth, and snow density. See below some diagrams illustrating all these variables.
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