Global warming threatens U.S. ski industry, but Oregon unscathed

Oregonian: With snowpack accumulating steadily this week on Oregon peaks, it's hard to imagine less-than-adequate conditions for skiing and snowboarding. "Right now we've received over half our annual snowfall and it's not even the first of January," said Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort spokesman Andy Goggins. But a recent report suggests the nation's ski resorts would be wise to keep an eye on the sky, global warning trends and their supply of snowmakers. The nation's $12.2 billion winter tourism industry......

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