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2004) noted that in the taiga of eastern Siberia, the Tianshan, eastern Tibetan Plateau, and Mongolia, sublimation could be large, in particular under neutral atmospheric conditions. Hood etÂ€al. (1999) calculated sublimation from the seasonal snowpack for nine months during 1994–1995 at Niwot Ridge in the Colorado Front Range using the aerodynamic profile method. They calculated latent heat fluxes at ten-minute intervals and converted them directly into sublimation or condensation at three heights above the snowpack.
This is known as the Bergeron–Findeisen process, after its discoverers. Snowflakes grow in small cap clouds over elevated terrain when ice crystals falling from an upper cloud layer seed them. This is known as the seeder–feeder mechanism (Barry, 2008, p. 273). When the air temperature is ≤Â€–40â•›°C, ice crystals may float in the atmosphere as “diamond dust”. 2 that show needle, sheath, and varieties of stellar crystals with plates, dendritic and sector-like branches. Bentley, who was born in 1865, even believed that no two snowflakes are exactly alike (Teel, 1994).
B) (a) On the basis of WMO Double Fence Intercomparison Reference, the mean catch for (b) Wyoming snow fence was 89% of snowfall at Regina (Canada) and 87% at Valdai (Russia) (Figure 1 of p. , 2000). as propylene glycol mixed with ethanol and evaporation suppressants such as mineral oil, and such gauges are elevated to prevent them from being inundated by a possible heavy accumulation of snow. Weighing-type, self-recording snow gauges such as the Fisher Porter and universal gauges that measure temporal snowfall data using a spring, transmit the data via satellite to a data collection center, or lately by tipping buckets connected to data-loggers from which recorded data can be downloaded.