Archives for: "December 2016"

Snow Science: an annotated list to topics

December 17th, 2016
For those interested in the science of snow, I give an annotated list of relevant blog links.   [image:45]   I) Seminar about snow science (sequence of four videos): II) All the different types… more »

Two-level nature of branched crystals

December 11th, 2016
The common branched crystal looks like a paper cut-out, but actually has a complex 3-D nature. One aspect of this nature, which I have alluded to in prior posts, is the two-level structure: What appears to be happening on one plane, is actually… more »

How some snow crystals hide their droplet origin

December 5th, 2016
Look closely at the center of a snow crystal. In many, or most, you will often not find a droplet center as we described in the previous post. Indeed, for the columnar crystals, you may never see a droplet center. As an example, look at the center of… more »