Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., Landrø, M and Ahrland Stefan, M., 2018. Who’s at risk in the backcountry- effects of individual characteristics on hypothetical terrain choices, Journal of environmental psychology, 59: pp. 46-53, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvp.2018.08.004,
Engeset, R. V., Pfuhl, G., Landrø, M., Mannberg, A., and Hetland, A.: Communicating public avalanche warnings – what works?, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 2537-2559, https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-18-2537-2018 , 2018.
Popular scientific publications
Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., Landrø, M and Ahrland Stefan, M., 2017. Who’s at risk in the backcountry? Bergunsteigen #101/winter 2017.
Media coverage and presentations
The White Heat, Labyrint, UiT – Arctic University of Norway
Who’s at risk in the backcountry? Presentation at the professional development seminar, Bozeman, March 2018
Who’s at risk in the backcountry? Presentaiton at the Sawtooth professional development seminar, Ketchum, April 2018
Hvorfor tar vi risiko i fjellet? Observatoriet, NRK TV- Kunnskapskanalen
Planen var å gå en kort tur for å se et heng vi ikke hadde kjørt før, nordnorsk debatt. 14 feb. 2018 http://nordnorskdebatt.no/article/fjellet-elsket-fryktet-0
New Study Focuses on the ‘Why’ Behind Decisions Made in the Backcountry, Powder Magazine, February, 22, 2018.
Why do they do that? MSU researchers seek answers to what drives risk‐taking in avalanche terrain , Denise Hoepfner, MSU News Service. Belgrade News, February 6, 2018
MSU researchers examine human risk taking when out in back country. Kolby Crossley. KULR8.com ABC Fox Montana Morning TV News. February, 6, 2018.
Backcountry decision making topic of MSU avalanche study. Denise Hoepfner, MSU News Service. Helena Independent Record. February, 6, 2018
New MSU study asking why people take risks with avalanches. Kate Whittle. ABC Fox Montana News. February, 6, 2018
Can human judgment handle avalanches? Kate Siber. Pique Newsmagazine. November 16, 2017.