Map interpretation I Overview. 17, 1998, issue of the Lowell Tribune: Last Blast of Winter Paralyzes South County. Article content.
A difficult morning of car scraping quickly turned into a state of emergency from eastern Ontario to southern Quebec.
The Ice and Snow Storm of 1998 or The Storm of the Century. Name: VT Ice Damage Assessment from the 1998 Ice Storm Display Field: DMGSEV Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon Description: Extent and severity of tree damage caused by the 1998 ice storm in Vermont. The students are divided into groups and are asked to chart their findings, discuss the problems found and give solutions. When 1998 began, a strong El Niño still held on in the Pacific Ocean, and it seemed everything happening across North America was blamed on its presence. Weather Almanac for January 2008 THE GREAT ICE STORM OF 1998.
Canadian Forest Service Publications. Author: Statistics Canada. Catalog ID: 21473. In 1998, an ice storm in northern New York and northern New England damaged millions of trees and caused $1.4 billion in damage.
The economic impact of the 1998 ice storm on eastern Ontario woodlots: Case studies of red pine and white cedar. Just on the brink of one of the mildest winters ever in Northwest Indiana, Mother Nature snuck up on the region with one of the worst late-snow storms in recent memory on Mon., Mar. Canadians had never before endured a natural disaster like the ice storm of 1998. In response to the negative attitude to the weather that year, I was preparing a new website focused on the weather. The ice storm that struck the northeastern US in December 2008 left 1.25 million homes and businesses without power. 1998 Ice Storm MapFile Type: png, File size: 142918 bytes (139.57 KB), Map Dimensions: 1500px x 772px (256 colors)
According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada , the insured losses of the Ice Storm of 1998 totalled $1.6 billion. Year: 2003.
2003. Available from: Great Lakes Forestry Centre.
Accumulations were as much as three inches thick!
9. Language: English.
What many recall of the Great Ice Storm of 1998: The sounds. The 1998 ice storm devastated major portions of south central Canada and the northeastern United States. This story comes from the front page of the Mar. The St. Lawrence River Valley 1998 ice storm : maps and facts = La tempête de verglas de 1998 dans la valleé du Saint-Laurent : cartes et faits. Publisher: [Ottawa] : Statistics Canada,  Edition/Format: Print book: National government publication : English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
The Ice Storm of 1998 was one of the worst natural disasters in Canadian history.
The students learn how to interpret maps using Ice Storm 1998: Maps and Facts from Statistics Canada. Heigh, J.; Fox, G.; McKenney, D.W.; Rollins, K. The Forestry Chronicle 79: 31-46.