UW Study: Diminishing Snow Pack Not Due to Global Warming

August 6, 2008

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“Despite previous studies suggesting a warmer climate is already taking a bite out of Washington’s snowpack, there’s no clear evidence that human-induced climate change has caused a drop in 20th century snow levels, according to a new study by University of Washington scientists.
We can’t see the global-warming signature in terms of a decline in snowpack,” said Mark Stoelinga, the study’s lead author, and a professor in the UW’s Atmospheric Sciences Department.”

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