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On the correlation between the forecast avalanche danger and avalanche risk taken by backcountry skiers in Switzerland
Winkler, K., Schmudlach, G., Degraeuwe, B., & Techel, F. (2021). On the correlation between the forecast avalanche danger and avalanche risk taken by backcountry skiers in Switzerland. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 188, 103299 (17 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2021.103299
Quantitative risk reduction method (QRM), a data-driven avalanche risk estimator
Schmudlach, G., Winkler, K., & Köhler, J. (2018). Quantitative risk reduction method (QRM), a data-driven avalanche risk estimator. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 1272-1278).
Avalanche risk in winter backcountry touring: status and recent trends in Switzerland
Winkler, K., Fischer, A., & Techel, F. (2016). Avalanche risk in winter backcountry touring: status and recent trends in Switzerland. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2016 (pp. 270-276).
Patterns of recreational backcountry usage - analyzing data from social media mountaineering networks and avalanche statistics
Techel, F., Zweifel, B., Winkler, K., & Baur, R. (2014). Patterns of recreational backcountry usage - analyzing data from social media mountaineering networks and avalanche statistics. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2014 (pp. 1148-1152).
Simple calculations of avalanche risk for backcountry skiing
Jamieson, B., Schweizer, J., & Shea, C. (2009). Simple calculations of avalanche risk for backcountry skiing. In J. Schweizer & A. van Herwijnen (Eds.), ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2009 (pp. 336-340).
Avalanche risk for recreationists in backcountry and in off-piste area: surveying methods and pilot study at Davos, Switzerland
Zweifel, B., Raez, A., & Stucki, T. (2006). Avalanche risk for recreationists in backcountry and in off-piste area: surveying methods and pilot study at Davos, Switzerland. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2006 (pp. 733-741).