ISSW 1994
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Selected papers from the 1994
International Snow Science Workshop

Statement from the Chair of the Workshop.


A Database Design for Snow Profiles on a PC; P.Wier

Application of Classification and Regression Trees; R. Davis

Avalanche Safety in a Micro Community; W. Walker

AVALANCHE WARNING AND HAZARD ZONING IN AUSTRIA
-SOME NEW ASPECTS
; P. Holler

COUNTRY-WIDE AVALANCHE WARNING IN SWITZERLAND; R. Meister

FIVE MOUNTAIN PARKS HIGHWAY AVALANCHE STUDY; C. Stetham

HISTORY OF PROFESSIONAL SKI PATROLLING IN THE
WESTERN UNITED STATES
; S. Toepfer

LOCAL AVALANCHE FORECASTING IN SWITZERLAND
-STRATEGY AND TOOLS
; R. Bolognesi

MEASUREMENTS OF THE ELECTRIC FIELD GRADIENT
IN A BLIZZARD
; S. Schmidt

Monitoring a Shear Frame Stability Index and Skier-Triggered Slab Avalanches Involving Persistant Snowpack Weaknesses; B. Jamieson

REMOTE IDENTIFICATION OF PRECIPITATION TYPE; S. Ferguson

THE ALLEN RESIDENCE, A MOUNTAIN DREAM HOME DESTROYED
BY AVALANCHES-AN EXAMPLE OF POOR LAND-USE PLANNING,
SUNDANCE, UTAH
; R. Giraud

THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE OF AVALANCHE RESCUE; G. Denton

THE HUMAN FACTOR-LESSONS FOR AVALANCHE EDUCATION; J. Fredston

Two Expert Systems to Forecast the Avalanche Hazard for
a Given Region
; J. Schweizer

US HIGHWAY 550 AVALANCHE REDUCTION PROJECT; D. Bachman

USE OF NEURAL NETWORKS IN AVALANCHE
HAZARD FORECASTING
; J. Stephens

USING VEGETATIVE ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE THE
EXTENT AND FREQUENCY OF AVALANCHES IN
LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, UTAH
; M. Jenkins

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