Digging a snowpit on Taku Glacier, in Alaska to measure snowpack depth and density
Graph of changing Wyoming Snowpack
Fort Beauséjour at the Isthmus of Chignecto. The French built the fort in 1751 in an effort to limit British expansion into continental Acadia.
A romanticized depiction of the arrival of the Loyalists in New Brunswick
An Intercolonial Railway bridge, 1875. The railway was established as a result of Confederation.
A provincial welcome sign in English and French, the two official languages of the province
Topographic map of New Brunswick
Furbish's lousewort is a herb endemic to the shores of the upper Saint John River.
The Hopewell Rocks are rock formations located at the upper reaches of the Bay of Fundy, near Hopewell Cape.
View of the Appalachian mountains from Mount Carleton Provincial Park
Population density of New Brunswick
The province's distribution of English and French is highly regional.
Uptown Saint John is a commercial hub and seaport for the province.
A New Brunswick pulp mill owned by J. D. Irving
Sir Howard Douglas Hall at the University of New Brunswick is the oldest university building still in use in Canada.
The New Brunswick Legislative Building serves as the meeting place for the provincial legislative assembly.
The Imperial Theatre in Saint John hosts the productions of the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada and Theatre New Brunswick.
The Owens Art Gallery at Mount Allison University is the oldest university-operated art gallery in Canada.

Snowpack forms from layers of snow that accumulate in geographic regions and high elevations where the climate includes cold weather for extended periods during the year.

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Evidence of climate change in New Brunswick can be seen in its more intense precipitation events, more frequent winter thaws, and one quarter to half the amount of snowpack.

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Digging a snowpit on Taku Glacier, in Alaska to measure snowpack depth and density

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