Yearly Archives: 2020
The Utah Avalanche Center podcast just kicked off its fourth season (with more than 30 episodes and 250,000 downloads) by interviewing Sarah Carpenter.
In this episode of Gaia GPS's Out and Back podcast, Bruce Tremper talks about his start in snow science and gives his tips for his safety system, the low-risk travel ritual, and busts some avalanche myths.
The American Avalanche Association hosted the second installment in its online seminar series on Thursday, December 10, 2020, featuring topics related to avalanche safety...
Rather than seeing our mastery of snow and avalanche science and decision-making as linear progression, I see it as the same issues and ideas coming around again and again, but each time at a more sophisticated and technically advanced level—hence the ascending spiral.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center recently introduced its Forecast Pledge, whose goal is to ensure that every backcountry user in Colorado checks the forecast before venturing out.
This interview with Steve Conger—TAR editor emeritus—originally ran on Powder Cloud on March 29, 2020 and has been reprinted with their permission.
This interview with Blase Reardon—TAR editor emeritus and editor of the A3 publication The Snowy Torrents—originally ran on WildSnow on November 12, 2020 and has been reprinted with their permission.
By Katie Warren, Eeva Latosuo, John Stimberis, & Halsted Morris To promote diversity, recruitment, retention, and professional development in the avalanche industry, it is necessary...
In this piece from Issue 39.1, The Avalanche Review paid tribute to forecasting pioneer Art Judson, who passed away this summer
The 2020 Annual A3 Member Meeting was held on November 5, with over 100 members in attendance. See a recording of the meeting here.