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This library is a cooperative project between avalanche.org and the WestWide Avalanche Network and past sponsors. The goal of the Library is to provide easy access to all types of papers that contain information about snow and avalanches. With additional support, avalanche.org will be able to post many more articles in the future. Be sure to check out select articles from The Avalanche Review. This is a publication that is supported and operated by the American Avalanche Association and its members.

PLEASE remember, this is only a starting point for avalanche education. It is not intended to provide adequate information for you to start making decisions for yourself and others in avalanche terrain.

Education

Continuing Professional Development CAA Level 2 course provides exceptional curriculum; TAR31.4
In Defense of Sidecountry Would simply redefining these users reduce risk? TAR31.4
Backcountry 101 Grassroots Education Informs Brighton Sidecountry Users; TAR31.1
Youth Avalanche Education Programs in the Pacific Northwest; TAR29.3
Triangles to Snowflakes: From 3 Points to 6 Points; TAR25.3

Mentorship

Mentorship: Seeking Paths & Identifying Career Goals; TAR25.4
Needed: A Few Good Folks A Reflection on Mentorship; TAR25.2
Of Time & Teachers; TAR24.4

Snowmobile Specific

Snowmobile Safety Message Points; TAR32.2
Snowmobile Avalanche Education in the US The Seed of the Project; TAR29.3
Advanced Avalanche Education Developed for Snowmobilers; TAR28.4
Making Tracks in Snowmachiner Education; TAR24.2
Avalanche Education for Snowmobilers: Efforts of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center; ISSW 2002
Snowmobile Avalanche Brochure Page 1
Snowmobile Avalanche Brochure Page 2
Snowmobile technology contributes to avalanche deaths
Snowmobility: Travel Differences among Snowboarders, Snowmobilers, and Skiers