Location: USU TSC Auditorium
Location: First Presbyterian Church Brunner Hall (200 West Center Street)
• No cost, donations are accepted
• Sponsors:: Intermountain Bioneers, Bear River Watershed Council, Bridgerland Audubon Society.
The book tells a riveting story of an avalanche which took the lives of 3 world class powder skiers interwoven with climate science and projections for the future of the ski industry and those who depend on the glaciers and snowpack as their source of water.
In the last 45 years, 1 million square miles of spring snow cover has disappeared from the Northern Hemisphere. Rocky Mountain spring snowpack is down by 20%, and Europe has lost half of its glacial ice. Winter warming in the U.S. has tripled since 1970, and warming in the European Alps is now three times the global average.
“This is the most important book on snow ever written. This is a wake up call. We need to accept our reality and get busy fixing climate change.” —Jeremy Jones, pro snowboarder and founder of Protect Our Winters
“The first in-depth report on how climate change is affecting the present and future of the ski industry and mountain communities, DEEP is a must-read for every passionate skier.” — John Stifter, Editor, Powder Magazine