red snow


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red snow

n.
Snow on which red-pigmented algae have grown, commonly found in Arctic and Alpine regions.
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Valparaiso -- Portillo Pass -- Sagacity of Mules -- Mountain- torrents -- Mines, how discovered -- Proofs of the gradual Elevation of the Cordillera -- Effect of Snow on Rocks -- Geological Structure of the two main Ranges, their distinct Origin and Upheaval -- Great Subsidence -- Red Snow -- Winds -- Pinnacles of Snow -- Dry and clear Atmosphere -- Electricity -- Pampas -- Zoology of the opposite Side of the Andes -- Locusts -- Great Bugs -- Mendoza -- Uspallata Pass -- Silicified Trees buried as they grew -- Incas Bridge -- Badness of the Passes exaggerated -- Cumbre -- Casuchas -- Valparaiso.
On several patches of the snow I found the Protococcus nivalis, or red snow, so well known from the accounts of Arctic navigators.
But the men of Blackburg--men who for many years had lived right there where the red snow fell, and might be supposed to know a good deal about the matter--shook their heads and said something would come of it.
The red snow warning issued for Wales and south-west England, which was valid until 2am today, is just the third issued in seven years.
There has only been one other red snow warning before in the UK, for south Wales in 2013.
The event showcased the 11 categories available for export, including: Gim, flatfish, abalone, Miyok, conger, seasoned squid, oysters, red snow crab, fish cake and tuna (canned and retort).
Blood Red Snow White is the perfect example of fairy tale meets suspense thriller, with added romance.
The Met Office ended its rare red snow warning for Wales but issued an ice warning, which is still in place today and could remain in place for parts of Wales tomorrow.
ABSTRACT Both red snow crab (Chionoecetes japonicus Rathbun, 1932) and snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio Fabricius, 1788) are commercially important species in Korea.
The shortlist for the children's award is comprised of Elizabeth Laird's 'Crusade', Ann Kelley's 'The Bower Bird', Marcus Sedgwick's 'Blood Red Snow White', and Meg Rosoff's 'What I Was'.