7 edition of The ABCs of avalanche safety. found in the catalog.
|Contributions||LaChapelle, Edward R., LaChapelle, Edward R.|
|LC Classifications||QC929.A8 F47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||2003006777|
How about a level one, 3 day AIRIE curiciulum avalance class. About bones. And the book is free. Lots of info, half classroom half you wont learn that in a book. I have taken and passed my level III avi class and problably 80% of the information that I . Intro to Avalanche Safety As you travel in potential avalanche terrain, make it a habit to test the snow throughout the day. A simple poke at the snow surface with your ski pole now and then can give you useful information (for instance, if the upper layers are changing as you progress up a slope).Author: REI Staff.
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"So," you say, "I shouldn't trust the guidelines in Ed's book." You've read The ABCs of Avalanche Safety, by Utah's longtime expert on avalanches, Ed LaChapelle, among other texts. "When crossing an avalanche slope, he who hesitates is lost," she says, and laughs, the cat grinding to Pages: An avalanche results when the top layer of snow, known as a slab, is not bonded well to the underlying layer and is disturbed by some kind of trigger, often a skier or climber. Rather than starting at a point on the surface, as loose–snow avalanches do, slab avalanches start out bigger and deeper, usually at a fracture line running across the Author: REI Staff. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Character and effects of avalanches --Elements of mountain snow climates and weather --Snow formation and growth in the atmosphere and snowpack --Avalanche formation --Avalanche terrain, motion, and effects --Elements of applied avalanche forecasting --Classes of factors involved.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedA handy pocket pdf of avalanche know how. Covers determining avalanche hazards, travelling in avalanche terrain, what pdf do if you are caught in an avalanche, search and rescue techniques, and much more.
Black and white illustrations. By Sue Ferguson and Edward La Chapelle. Card cover, 15cm x 10cm, pages. Third edition ISBN: * Authors have served as avalanche center directors * The guide long used by ski patrol professionals in the backcountry * Format redesigned for easy access to vital information for ski, snowboard, and snowshoe enthusiasts ABCs of Avalanche Safety.Find many great new & used options ebook get the best deals for The ABCs of Avalanche Safety by Sue Ferguson (Paperback, ) at the best online prices at eBay!