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Tag Archives: Snow
‘Sneachd’ air Aghaidh na Tìre / ‘Snow’ in the Gaelic Landscape
Faodaidh ainmean-àite le sneachd innse dhuinn mu àiteachan far an laigh an stuth geal sa gheamhradh, agus àiteachan a thaisbeanadh a dhearbhas dhuinn buaidh blàthachadh na h-aimsire / Gaelic place-names with sneachd can help to inform our understanding of the … Continue reading
Posted in Gaelic, Uncategorized Tagged Cairngorms, Gaelic, Glen Affric, mountains, NatureScot, Scotland, Scots language, Scottish Gaelic, Scottish landscapes, Scottish Natural Heritage, Snow, winter Leave a comment
Snow: never enough, except when there’s too much ?
Today’s guest blog is courtesy of Dr Martin Kirkbride of the University of Dundee and reproduces an article that was first published in The Geographer (The newsletter of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society). The subject is rather topical – snow. … Continue reading
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