The unique conditions in the Dry Valleys are caused, in part, by katabatic winds; these occur when cold, dense air is pulled downhill by the force of gravity. The winds can reach speeds of 320 kilometres per hour (200 mph), heating as they descend, and evaporating all water, ice and snow.
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Wonderful video about becoming a network engineer. This really confirms my own experience in this field, rarely do people train specifically for this role from the beginning. Dave Siegel makes a good point near about jumping into a role you don’t know 100%. Very valuable for anyone looking for or already in a career.