On the day referred to a large party was formed to go to the top of the cliffs at red snow Valley to welcome back the sun.
How else can I get you the red snow we saw at sunset, the other day, on the peak yonder?
Other explorers affirm that in those regions they have never met with the red snow more than three to four inches deep.
Ramond met with red snow in the Pyrenees, at an elevation of 7800 feet.
To this category belongs the phenomenon known under the name of "red snow."
red snow and green snow have been met with, more commonly in Arctic regions, but also in other parts of the world.
Protococcus nivalis, again, is the cause of the red snow, of which early arctic navigators used to give such marvellous accounts.
It has also been ascertained that red snow is chiefly occasioned by the presence of red animalculæ.
The snow flea favors the south and east sides of the mountains, and it is there you will find the red snow.
Probably the Noctiluca is not rivalled in this respect even by miscroscopic unicellular alg which compose the "red snow."