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  Swiss athletes ski testing in Lillehammer, Norway. (Photo: NordicFocus) Much has already been written about snow. There are countless pictures of perfectly grown snow crystals, but very little about snow found on the slopes or in the cross-country skiing tracks. The newest article in our science series provides a vivid picture of snow in its many forms. With a cell phone and a mini microscope, you get fantastic pictures of snow grains. You can...

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In mid November, national and elite teams start flocking to northern Scandinavia in search of early snow: Muonio, Bruksvallarna, Beitostolen. But what's it like if you're just a normal guy seeking some skiing of your own? Are you going to get "hupped" by an exasperated Charlotte Kalla? Simon Evans investigates this strange world, and learns something about why we love our sport.

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A recent report published by Protect Our Winters and the Natural Resources placed an economic value on climate change: for the winter sports and tourism industry, a billion dollars of revenue have been lost in bad snow years in the last decade, and a bad season means a six percent drop in employment compared to a good one. Yet the industry hasn't taken action.

SIA & NOAA say that a snowy winter is in our future! "La Nina" is certainly a friend of North American Nordic skiers.  During La Nina winters, weather patterns are generally driven by a strong northerly storm track, which drops above average precipitation (ie:  snowfall) with below average temperatures across the norther portion of the US.  This past winter of '10 - '11, the average

SIA & NOAA say that a snowy winter is in our future! "La Nina" is certainly a friend of North American Nordic skiers.  During La Nina winters, weather patterns are generally driven by a strong northerly storm track, which drops above average precipitation (ie:  snowfall) with below average temperatures across the norther portion of the US.  This past winter of '10 - '11, the average

SIA & NOAA say that a snowy winter is in our future! "La Nina" is certainly a friend of North American Nordic skiers.  During La Nina winters, weather patterns are generally driven by a strong northerly storm track, which drops above average precipitation (ie:  snowfall) with below average temperatures across the norther portion of the US.  This past winter of '10 - '11, the average

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A report from the Bend Nordic Team. Sunday, Oct. 4th brought a thick, wet snowstorm to Bend. Power was out. Trees were down. The skiing was, and still is, amazing! Members of the Bend Nordic Team continued to get after it Tuesday morning for some 4×7 minute intervals on near-perfect snow conditions. Wax of the day: VR50, although 55 or 60 covered with 45 or extra blue would probably have been even better to match...

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It isn’t yet October, and the snow reports are beginning to come in.  The FAST blog posted skiing pictures a few days ago, and now SilverStar is joining in.  SilverStar Nordic Director Glenn Bond pushes the envelop to take advantage of the first flurries. buy chantix online, buy ventolin inhaler buy albuterol inhaler,buy combigan online,buy chantix,buy voltaren gel online