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Risk of avalanche involvement in winter backcountry recreation: the advantage of small groups
Zweifel, B., Procter, E., Techel, F., Strapazzon, G., & Boutellier, R. (2016). Risk of avalanche involvement in winter backcountry recreation: the advantage of small groups. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, 27(2), 203-210. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wem.2015.12.001
Avalanche accidents involving people along transportation corridors and the implications for avalanche operations
Glassett, T. D., & Techel, F. (2014). Avalanche accidents involving people along transportation corridors and the implications for avalanche operations. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2014 (pp. 343-350).
The effectiveness of avalanche airbags
Haegeli, P., Falk, M., Procter, E., Zweifel, B., Jarry, F., Logan, S., … Brugger, H. (2014). The effectiveness of avalanche airbags. Resuscitation, 85(9), 1197-1203. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resuscitation.2014.05.025
Who is involved in avalanche accidents?
Zweifel, B., Techel, F., & Björk, C. (2012). Who is involved in avalanche accidents? In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2012 (pp. 234-239).
Fatal avalanche accidents and forecasted danger levels: patterns in the United States, Canada, Switzerland and France
Greene, E., Wiesinger, T., Birkeland, K., Coléou, C., Jones, A., & Statham, G. (2006). Fatal avalanche accidents and forecasted danger levels: patterns in the United States, Canada, Switzerland and France. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2006 (pp. 640-649).
Characteristics of human-triggered avalanches
Schweizer, J., & Lütschg, M. (2001). Characteristics of human-triggered avalanches. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 33(2-3), 147-162. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0165-232x(01)00037-4