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The Snows of Mount Washington

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Image of snow-covered Mount Washington, N.H.

Will Mount Washington, N.H., stay snow-covered in winter? Scientists are finding answers.

Credit: USFS


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Global map showing simulation of one month of 20th century climate.

Simulation of one month of 20th century climate, with the Community Climate System Model.

Credit: UCAR


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Photo of Boston's Copley Park during the blizzard of 2005.

Boston's Copley Park during the blizzard of 2005; feet of snow blanketed the region.

Credit: NOAA


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Map of the northeastern United States broken down into socio-cultural sub-regions.

Map showing the region of study broken down into socio-cultural sub-regions.

Credit: Graphic by Jonathan M. Duncan


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Image of the nineteenth century painting Red Mill Fall (Opposite Albany) by William Tolman Carlton.

Past is prologue? "Red Mill Fall (Opposite Albany)" by William Tolman Carlton, 1847-1849.

Credit: Courtesy of the American Antiquarian Society


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Image of the nineteenth century painting of The American Beaver by John James Audubon.

"The American Beaver," by John James Audubon, in: The Quadrupeds of North America, 1854.

Credit: Courtesy of the American Antiquarian Society


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