The Avalanche Chaser – Steve Conger

This interview with Steve Conger—TAR editor emeritus—originally ran on Powder Cloud on March 29, 2020 and has been reprinted with their permission.

Avalanche Forecasting 101 – A Conversation with Blase Reardon

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.

Survey: 2020 Avalanche Professional Census

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 Memoriam: Remembering Art Judson

In this piece from Issue 39.1, The Avalanche Review paid tribute to forecasting pioneer Art Judson, who passed away this summer

A3 Member Meeting | November 2020

The 2020 Annual A3 Member Meeting was held on November 5, with over 100 members in attendance. See a recording of the meeting here.

Seminar: Behavioral Economics and Avalanche Decision-Making

Dr. George Lowenstein kicked off the American Avalanche Association’s 2020 online seminar series with a talk entitled, “Behavioral Economics and Avalanche Decision Making."

ECT Test Update

The Extended Column Test (ECT) is now one of the most popular tests to assess point snow instability. Ten years after its introduction, researchers have an update based on a large, international data set.

Education: Prepping for a Pro Course

Introduction and comments by Kate Koons • Article by Bill Mark This coming winter marks the fourth winter of running pro courses. If you are...

Pro/Rec Split: An Educator’s Musings

Longtime avalanche educator Peter Earle's thoughts on the pro/rec split, plus tips for students about to complete their pro courses.

Women in the Avalanche Industry (Part 2)

In part two of our Women's Inclusion Project from Issue 38.4, we interviewed four influential women in the avalanche industry.

Featured Image: Utah Avalanche Center forecaster Trent Meisenheimer works in the field. Photo courtesy UAC.