Water, Volume 10, Issue 5 (May 2018) – 135 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): This detailed study of 35-year snowpack trends in the vicinity of Rocky Mountain National Park showed slightly dryer (4 mm per decade) and warmer (0.29 °C per decade) winters. Summers were drying and warming at more than twice the rate. There was monthly variability with November and March becoming warmer and drier while December through February and May became wetter. February and May became cooler. There was greater variability and decreases in the snowpack trends on the west side of the study area. The decline was more at higher elevation. View this paper
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