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UCAR Digital Image Library Profiles in Science February 13, 2012 Scientists are working to solve a critical wintertime weather mystery: how to accurately measure the amount of snow on the ground. January 30, 2012 Volcanic eruptions and resulting changes to sea ice and ocean currents may be the cause. UCAR Digital Image Library

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