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How can avalanche bulletins be more useful for recreationists? Exploring three opportunities for improving communication of avalanche hazard information

Risk CommunicationThesisUser Groups
Katie Fisher
M.R.M. thesis, 2021-08. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2021

A user perspective on the avalanche danger scale – Insights from North America

Risk CommunicationThesisUser Groups
Abby Morgan
M.R.M. research project no. 778, 2021-12. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2021

How much recreational exposure to avalanche terrain is there? - An overview of possible approaches for monitoring winter backcountry use for public avalanche-warning services

ReportResearch MethodsUser Groups
Rosemary Langford, Pascal Haegeli and Reto Rupf
Research report prepared for Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Simon Fraser University Avalanche Research Program, Burnaby BC, p. 172.
Publication year: 2020

Examining risk literacy in a complex decision-making environment: A study of public avalanche bulletins

Risk CommunicationThesisUser Groups
Henry Finn
M.R.M. research project no. 745, 2020-04. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2020

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

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

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

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

ThesisUser Groups
Jonathan Garner
M.R.M. research project no. 650, 2016-6. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C50
Publication year: 2016

Accident causes and organizational culture among avalanche professionals

Journal PaperUser Groups
Jerry Johnson, Pascal Haegeli, Jordy Hendrikx, Scott Savage
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 13, 49-56
Publication year: 2016

Mountain Snowmobilers and Avalanches: An Examination of Precautionary Behaviour

ThesisUser Groups
Luke Strong-Cvetich
M.R.M. research project no. 586, 2014-1. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2014

A qualitative analysis of group formation, leadership and decision making in recreation groups traveling in avalanche terrain

Journal PaperUser Groups
Benjamin Zweifel, Pascal Haegeli
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. 5-6, 17-26
Publication year: 2014

Identifying a high-risk cohort in a complex and dynamic risk environment: Out-of-bounds skiing—an example from avalanche safety

Journal PaperUser Groups
Pascal Haegeli, Matt Gunn, Wolfgang Haider
Prevention Science, 13(6), 562-573
Publication year: 2012

How mountain snowmobilers adjust their riding preferences in response to avalanche hazard information available at different stages of backcountry trips

Conference Paper - ISSWUser Groups
Pascal Haegeli, Luke Strong-Cvetich, Wolfgang Haider
Proceedings of 2012 International Snow Science Workshop in Anchorage, AK, 800-806
Publication year: 2012

Out of Bounds Skiers and Avalanche Risk: High-risk Cohort Identification and Characterization

ThesisUser Groups
Matt Gunn
M.R.M. research project no. 487, 2010-1. School of Resource and Environmental Management. Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C.
Publication year: 2010