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Exploring the Effectiveness of Avalanche Risk Communication: A Qualitative Study of Avalanche Bulletin Use Among Backcountry Recreationists

Risk CommunicationThesisUser Groups
Anne St. Clair
M.R.M. research project no. 738, 2019-10. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2019

Does perceived crowding cause winter backcountry recreationists to displace?

Journal PaperUser Groups
Reto Rupf, Pascal Haegeli, Barbara Karlen and Martyin Wyttenbach
Mountain Research and Development, 39(1), R60-R70
Publication year: 2019

Do avalanche airbags lead to riskier choices among backcountry and out-of-bounds skiers?

Journal PaperVulnerability & Rescue
Pascal Haegeli, Reto Rupf and Barbary Karlen
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, in press. doi: 10.1016/j.jort.2019.100270
Publication year: 2019

Application of physical snowpack models in support of operational avalanche hazard forecasting: A status report on current implementations and prospects for the future

Hazard AssessmentJournal Paper
Samuel Morin, Simon Horton, Frank, Techel, Mathias Bavay, Cécile Coléou, Charles Fierz, Andreas Gobiet, Pascal Hagenmuller, Matthieu Lafaysse, Matjaž Ližar, Christoph Mitterer, Fabiano Monti, Karsten Müller, Marc Olefs, John S. Snook, Alec van Herwijnen, and Vincent Vionnet
Cold Regions Science and Technology. doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2019.102910
Publication year: 2019

A method of deriving operation-specific ski run classes for avalanche risk management decisions in mechanized skiing

Journal PaperTerrain Management
Reto Sterchi and Pascal Haegeli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 19, 269-285, 2019 https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-19-269-2019
Publication year: 2019

What type of ski runs are acceptable for skiing under different avalanche hazard conditions? Extracting knowledge from heli-ski guides

Conference Paper - ISSWTerrain Management
Reto Sterchi and Pascal Haegeli
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

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

Risk of death and major injury from natural hazards in mechanized backcountry skiing in Canada

Accidents & RiskConference Paper - ISSW
Matthias Walcher, Pascal Haegeli, Sven Fuchs
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

Patterns in the exposure of ski guides to avalanche terrain

Conference Paper - ISSWTerrain Management
Eirik Sharp, Pascal Haegeli and Mike Welch
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

Identifying operation-specific ski run classes and their acceptability for skiing from avalanche risk management decisions in mechanized skiing

Terrain ManagementThesis
Reto Sterchi
M.R.M. research thesis. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C
Publication year: 2018

Exploring regional snowpack patterns with gridded models

Conference Paper - ISSWHazard Assessment
Simon Horton, Stanislaw Nowak and Pascal Haegeli
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

Establishing the link between the conceptual model of avalanche hazard and the North American Avalanche danger scale: Initial explorations from Canada

Conference Paper - ISSWHazard Assessment
Taylor Clarke and Pascal Haegeli
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

Effects of large-scale atmosphere-ocean oscillations on the nature of avalanche hazard in Western Canada

Conference Paper - ISSWHazard Assessment
Bret Shandro and Pascal Haegeli
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
Publication year: 2018

Do avalanche airbags lead to riskier choices in the backcountry?

Conference Paper - ISSWVulnerability & Rescue
Pascal Haegeli, Reto Rupf and Barbara Karlen
Proceedings of the 2018 International Snow Science Workshop in Innsbruck, Austria
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. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-017-3113-y
Publication year: 2018