Climate, avalanches and photography!
SUMMIT COUNTY — The Year of the Dragon proved a popular topic with Summit Voice readers, who visited this guest post by Eileen Wacker more than 2,300 times. Some social media attention to ongoing climate science coverage helped drive a carbon dioxide-global warming story to more than 2,200 page views, while a pair of avalanche stories also garnered more than 2,000 page views combined. More social media love from a couple of meteorologists with The Weather Channel also helped boost a Colorado skiing photo essay into the ranks of the most-viewed stories.
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- 2012: The Year of the Dragon is here 2,327 views
- Global warming: Is CO2 driving fish crazy? 2,210 views
- Colorado: Two dead in ski area avalanches 1,673 views
- Global warming: Is Arctic ice at a tipping point? 752 views
- Colorado: Forest Service to review ski area avalanches 747 views
- Morning photo: Avalanche control at Breckenridge 583 views
- Morning photo: Colorado skiing 493 views
- Weather: Dry spring? 402 views
More of last week’s headlines:
- Death Valley’s Ubehebe Crater could explode again
- Summit County: Forest Service to sell Dillon compound
- Morning photo: Avalanche control at Breckenridge
- Breckenridge: Ready, set, sculpt!
- Battle over nuclear energy looms in Utah
- Study: Wetlands restoration rarely effective
- Report outlines impacts of Klamath River dam removal
- Travel: Green tea and music videos in Mali
- Food: Try a new lineup for your next gathering
- Forest Service close to finalizing new planning rule
- Weather: Dry spring?
- Ancient skull gives new clues on history of dogs
- Slow going for Mexican gray wolf recovery
- Lawsuit challenges naval sonar testing
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