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Thu, Feb 01, 2007
Reprise: Staying On Top of the Snow
This skills program is a reprise of our February 2nd, 2006 introduction to avalanche safety.
Gary Bard, an avalanche safety instructor for Mountain Adventure Seminars, talks about easy ways to stay out of avalanches, and describes a rescue. Brandon Schwartz of the Sierra Avalanche Center talks about avalanche forecasting and the Snow Condition Report. Tom Murphy, of the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE), talks about avalanche safety education.
There's a lot of additonal information about avalanche-related organizations, and avalanche safety, under the To find out more... link, below.