What happens when it melts?
 What does it contain?
 Structure of snow flakes?
Life in a snow bank?

About 20% of the earth dry land is permanently covered by snow. In the winter about 40% of the northern hemisphere lands are covered by snow. That is why thousands of scientists and engineers around the world research different aspects of snow. Some focus on snow control on roads, snow engineering and avalanches. Some others research materials and equipment that facilitates our lives on snow. Meteorologists work on characterization and climate aspects of snow while geologists are more interested on glacial and their effects on the earth surface. 

The four projects listed above are not the only projects that students can do related to snow. Everything from chemical properties, physical properties, shapes of snow flakes, causes and the effects of snow can be subjects of different science projects.

 Project description:
Depending on the subject of your snow related project, you can define different variables, hypothesis and design different experiments. Your project advisor can provide you with initial guidelines and information.
 Details of this project:
More details or support for this project is available at the members section of web site. Material needed for experiment or a science kit about this title may be available at