green snow

green snow

[′grēn ¦snō]
(hydrology)
A snow surface that has attained a greenish tint as a result of the growth within it of certain microscopic algae.
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Each home site has a trash pen, which is essentially a box defined by green snow fencing and stakes.
Although we seldom have the deep and persistent snowfields needed to support watermelon snow in the spring ("Red snow, green snow," SN: 5/20/00, p.
If they do, you can be sure it'll be broadcast on the 33rd of May when the green snow falls.
This year however, SNOW Magazine and the Stanfield Fine Art Gallery will cast local Park City into the Sundance spotlight by hosting three events, SNOW Kids, the Green SNOW art show and SNOW F(2)usion: Fashion+Film.
The Green SNOW art show featuring an exhibition by world-renowned pop artist Steve Kaufman will be held Wed.
With SNOW Kids, Green SNOW Art Show and SNOW F2usion: Fashion+Film we are able to create a unique value proposition for our sponsors, while also giving back to and preserving the snow community for whom we exist.
It turned out to be delightfully light, flaky, Japanese red snapper floating in a subtle, steaming, soy-sake broth with strips of crunchy gobo (burdock) and sporting a piece of bright green snow pea pod.
The green snow algae, mostly in the genus Chloromonas, typically stick to high-elevation, shady forests of fir and spruce.
Green snow algae, which lack these protective carotenoids, suffer much more from full sunlight.
Among the items taken was a white Parlee road bike fitted with electric gears and black Reynolds carbon wheels, a black Boardman CX400 bike and a GNU black and lime green snow board.
95), a colorful feast for the eyes, arrived laden with crisp-tender whole green snow peas, carrot shreds, white and green onions and sauteed shrimp in what the menu dubbed "our chef sauce," a light brown seasoned melange of soy, oyster-flavored, fish and sesame sauces.
Liar Time, do rehad nests rifle green snow ewes paler?