Snow Surveys – Trends in the Basin-Boundary

“The snowpack in the hills is basically the equivalent of mother nature’s dam. Snow on the hills is water in the mountains. In heavy snowpack years there’s a lot more water that’s going to come down in the spring, a lot more stored over the winter. So obviously that affects the hydrological cycle and anything that occurs downstream” (Tony Litke, Provincial Snow Survey Program).

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