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The mountains are a turning point for the nor’westers, a white line that divides its two contrasting faces, separating west from east by climate, as well as by geography.– Narrator
Ten thousand tonnes of rock and sediment can be stripped from a square kilometre in the mountains during a single season of nor’westers and in these mountain catchments there’s an annual rainfall of 12 metres — the vast bulk of it brought by the nor’westers.– Narrator
It's 2000 metres from peaks to plains and the wind warms one degree for every 100 metres it descends.– Narrator