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Measuring snow in the Cedar River Watershed

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Published on Nov 13, 2013

University of Washington scientists use a variety of instruments to measure snowpack in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed east of Seattle. Members of the UW Mountain Hydrology Research lab are finding that in milder climates such as the Pacific Northwest, snow melts faster under trees and lasts longer in open areas.

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