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Using discrete choice experiments to examine the stepwise nature of avalanche risk management decisions—An example from mountain snowmobiling

Journal PaperUser Groups
Pascal Haegeli and Luke Robbins Strong-Cvetich
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. doi:10.1016/j.jort.2018.01.007
Publication year: 2018

Describing the severity of avalanche terrain numerically using the observed terrain selection practices of professional guides

Journal PaperTerrain Management
Scott Thumlert and Pascal Haegeli
Nat Hazards (2018) 91(1): 89-115.
Publication year: 2018

Deriving customized terrain classes for avalanche risk management in mechanized skiing operations from operational terrain assessments

Journal PaperTerrain ManagementUnder public review
Reto Sterchi and Pascal Haegeli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss.,, in review, 2018.
Publication year: 2018

Characterizing the nature and variability of avalanche hazard in western Canada

Hazard AssessmentJournal Paper
Bret Shandro and Pascal Haegeli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 1141-1158,
Publication year: 2018

A conceptual model of avalanche hazard

Hazard AssessmentJournal Paper
Grant Statham, Pascal Haegeli, Ethan Greene, Karl Birkeland, Clair Israelson, Bruce Tremper, Chris Stethem, Bruce McMahon, Brad White, John Kelly
Natural Hazards, 90(2), 663-691. doi:10.1007/s11069-017-3070-5
Publication year: 2018

2018 State of the Mountains Report - Snow Avalanches

Magazine Article
Pascal Haegeli
The Alpine Club of Canada's State of the Mountains Report. L. Parrott, Z. Robinson, D, Hik (Eds.), 1, 19-21
Publication year: 2018

Wilderness Medical Society practice guidelines for prevention and management of avalanche and non-avalanche snow burial accidents

Journal PaperVulnerability & Rescue
Christopher Van Tilberg, Colin K. Grissom, Ken Zafren, Scott McIntosh, Martin I. Radwin, Peter Paal, Pascal Haegeli, William R. Smith, Albert R. Wheeler, David Weber, Bruce Tremper, Hermann Brugger
Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 28(1), 23-42.
Publication year: 2017

Quantitative Assessment of Risks Involved in Mechanized Skiing in Canada

Accidents & RiskThesis
Matthias Walcher
MSc Thesis in Water Management and Environmental Engineering - Mountain Risk Engineering, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria.
Publication year: 2017

Linking avalanche hazard in Western Canada to climate oscillations

Hazard AssessmentThesis
Bret Shandro
M.R.M. research project no. 676, 2017-9. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C
Publication year: 2017

The effect of heads-up-display (HUD) goggles on skiing and snowboarding speeds

Journal PaperUser Groups
Jon Garner, Pascal Haegeli, Wolfgang Haider
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 13, 79-90
Publication year: 2016

Spatial and temporal distribution of avalanche problem types in Western Canada: An analysis of the winter 2010-2016

Conference Paper - ISSWHazard Assessment
Bret Shandro, Pascal Haegeli, Grant Statham, James Floyer
Proceedings of 2016 International Snow Science Workshop in Breckenridge, CO, 1307-1314
Publication year: 2016

Research on personal risk in outdoor recreation and nature-based tourism

Accidents & RiskEditorialJournal Paper
Pascal Haegeli, Ulrike Pröbstl-Haider
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism
Publication year: 2016

Managing the physical risk from avalanches in a helicopter skiing operation - merging and contrasting GPS tracking data with the operational guiding perspective

Conference Paper - ISSWTerrain Management
Pascal Haegeli and Roger Atkins
Proceedings of 2016 International Snow Science Workshop in Breckenridge, CO, 104-111
Publication year: 2016

Exploring Large-Scale Terrain Preferences for Managing Avalanche Risk in a Commercial Backcountry Skiing Operation

Conference Paper - ISSWTerrain Management
Reto Sterchi, Pascal Haegeli, Clair Israelson
Proceedings of 2016 International Snow Science Workshop in Breckenridge, CO, 838-845
Publication year: 2016

Can we derive an avalanche terrain severity rating from observed terrain selection of professional guides? A proof-of-concept study

Conference Paper - ISSWTerrain Management
Scott Thumlert, Pascal Haegeli
Proceedings of 2016 International Snow Science Workshop in Breckenridge, CO, 112-120
Publication year: 2016