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A University of Colorado Boulder team is partnering with the United States Agency for International Development to assess snow and glacier contributions to water resources originating in the high mountains of Asia that straddle 10 countries.
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A new University of Colorado Boulder study indicates the infestation by mountain pine beetles in the high country could potentially trigger earlier snowmelt...
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