Global Warning

Bigford, Andy
October 2000
Ski;Oct2000, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p45
Discusses the effect of global warming on the future of skiing. Description of global warming; Action taken by the National Ski Areas Association on the trend; Facts about global warming.


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