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Entertainment have to be mourning snowy winters soon?

03:25  05 january  2022
03:25  05 january  2022 Source:   madame.lefigaro.fr

Mélanie Page out of the snow and in the middle of the night with Hélène de Fougerolles during the filming of the new series of TF1

 Mélanie Page out of the snow and in the middle of the night with Hélène de Fougerolles during the filming of the new series of TF1 © Instagram Mélanie Page Mélanie Page out of the snow and in the middle of the night with Hélène de Fougerolles during the filming From the new TF1 series in Alsace filming for the TF1 Walkyries series, Melanie Page was blocked in the middle of the night on a snowy road with Hélène de Fougerolles. A misadventure that had a lot of fun. Nagui and his wife Melanie Page have been knotted for many years an strong friendship with Hélène de Fougerolles .

Will D'ici soixante ans, certains massifs des montagnes de l'ouest des États-Unis pourraient être presque totalement privés de neige. © Marina Poushkina / Shutterstock In the seventy years, some mountain massifs from the Western United States could be almost completely private.

Some ski resorts will have to close because of lack of snow in the coming decades? This is likely to happen in some parts of the world, particularly western United States, according to the forecasts of American scientists.

With sixty years, some mountain massifs from the Western United States could be almost completely private for years if global greenhouse gas emissions are not quickly reduced. This is the conclusion of a recent study published in Nature Reviews Earth and Environment.

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The research was performed from observations over several years of the snow coat in the western mountains of the United States, particularly in Sierra Nevada (California) and Colorado. According to estimates, these massifs have already lost 20% of their snow coat since the 1950s and the latter could decrease by 25% by 2050.

The consequences of this loss of snow unfortunately are not limited to The prospect of being deprived of the joys of winter sports. "Reduced and more ephemeral snow accumulations, which melt earlier, change the dynamics of groundwater and stream flow," alert researchers to the origin of the publication.

The absence of snow could also impact the California forests, subject to important forest fires each year and which could encounter greater difficulties to eat because of the lack of snow, it constitutes a valuable help for VEGETALIZATION.

This gradual disappearance under the effect of climate change does not only concern the United States, but all the snowy areas of the planet. So much so that many ski resorts, in France and abroad, use a method known as "culture snow" .Certement, the principle is to promote the production of "white powder", thanks to A "snow barrel" that works from a mixture of water and air.

The production of artificial snow, however, raises questions from an environmental point of view, to the extent that it requires a significant water consumption (about 1 cubic meter of water to obtain 2 cubic meters of snow).

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