Snow Soaks Up Pollutants, Says New Study from Montreal

Nature World News: Snow. Is it paying for our environmental sins? That is, like all things next to roadways and in urban environments, snowflakes are picking up pollutants from the air in cities. But they're doing it in a particularly efficient way, like a pollution sink, says a recent study. In fact, those findings from snow-capital Montreal, Canada indicate that, while "snow ice cream" and downing a part of the potential snowman are both appealing, snow is not for eating. That is, the study team found that......

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