What do you know about FACETS? What CAN you know? New, freely available, article out now! … More Rethinking FACETS
My social media feed has started filling up with pictures of new snow on the mountain tops. There is still no sign of snow in Tromsø, but it is evident that autumn is here, and winter is approaching. We have been a bit silent here at White Heat during summer, but we’ve not been idle. Our … More Publications and presentations
Are you interested in what we are doing? On February 20th, 2018, at 6 PM, I will give a talk at REI in Bozeman. During the evening, I will present the results from our Norwegian study, and talk about what we are currently working on within the project. I really look forward to questions and … More White heat talk at REI, Bozeman
We are very excited that the well-respected magazine on people, mountains and uncertainty – Bergundsteigen – has chosen to publish an article on the first results from the White Heat Project. We would once again like to thank all the participants for their contributions. You can read the full article (in English) at http://www.bergundsteigen.at.
By Andrea Mannberg, Handelshøgskolen and CARE, UiT – the Arctic University of Norway The mountains have started to dress up in white in the northern hemisphere. Beautiful white giants are calling, and many of us feel a hunger to head out there and taste the fresh snow. Every year, when I scent the smell of … More The Nordic Avalanche Conference 2017
Whenever someone gets killed in an avalanche, it is a tragedy, both for the lost individual, for his or her family, and for society as a whole. Yes, it is a loss for society, because society looses a person who could have contributed to its development. Avalanche accidents generates costs in terms of rescue actions, … More To risk or not to risk – who is at risk of being caught in an avalanche?