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Version name: NY snow depth for indicators 20200917
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Snow cover is projected to decrease in depth, duration, and extent under climate change. Lack of sufficient snow cover can make tree roots vulnerable to freezing damage and cause nutrients to be leached from the soil. Also, the melting of snow in late winter can provide a steady supply of water to trees when they are preparing for bud break. Snow cover fluctuations above or below the mean may result in undesirable conditions for native forest species.
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- NY snow depth for indicators 20200917
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- 2020-09-17 14:05:34
- Matthias Sirch
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