The handbook provides a review of the results and analysis of 40-year snow cover observations in Estonia.
Snow cover is an inseparable part of Estonian nature in winter. It integrates weather conditions during several months, and is therefore a good indicator of climate change.
Climatologists, biologists, agronomists, municipal bodies, architects, promoters of tourism, organizers of winter sports events, personnel of rescue and medical services – anyone interested in snow and the changes it undergoes in winter and early spring – may find this handbook useful.
Handbook was compiled at the Estonian Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (EMHI) and Estonian Research Institute of Agriculture (ERIA), using support of the Centre of Environmental Investments.
Compiled by: Heino Tooming, Jüri KadajaEdited by: Ain KallisReviewer: Jaak JaagusYear of publication: 2006
504 sheets, hardcover (book written in two languages: Estonian and English)
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