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Snow Avalanches

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is snow avalanches.


Six Superlative Sources

· McClung, D., and P. Schaerer. 1993. The Avalanche Handbook. Mountaineers.

· Tremper, B. 2001. Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain. Mountaineers.

· Fredston, J., and D. Fesler. 1994. Snow Sense: A Guide to Evaluating Snow Avalanche Hazard. Alaska Mountain Safety Center.

· Schweizer, J., J.B. Jamieson, and M. Schneebeli. 2003. "Snow Avalanche Formation." Reviews of Geophysics, 41(4), 1016, doi:10.1029/2002RG000123.

· Abromeit, D., and K. Birkeland. The Forest Service National Avalanche Center.

· Howlett, D., and D. Judd.

Other Excellent Sources

· The American Avalanche Association.

· The American Avalanche Association and the U.S. Forest Service National Avalanche Center. 2004. Snow, Weather, and Avalanches: Observational Guidelines for Avalanche Programs in the United States. American Avalanche Association.

· The Applied Snow and Avalanche Research Center, University of Calgary.

· The Avalanche Review (journal).

· The Canadian Avalanche Association.

· The International Snow Science Workshop.

· NOVA: Avalanche! PBS video.

· Snow Pilot.

· The University of British Columbia Avalanche Research Group.

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