Research results and presentations

Scientific publications

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,

Whosatriskinthebackcountry_acceptedmanuscript2018

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,

Johnson, J., Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., Hetland, A. & Stephensen, M., 2020. Rethinking the heuristic trap paradigm in avalanche education- past, present and future, Cogent Social Sciences 6. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23311886.2020.1807111

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J. & Johnson, J. 2020. Risky positioning – Social aspirations and risk taking behavior in avalanche terrain, Leisure Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/02614367.2020.1831046

Conference proceedings

Engeset Verpe, R., Pfuhl, G., Landrø, M., Mannberg, A., and Hetland, A., 2018. Efficacy in communication of avalanche warnings, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Hendrikx, J., Johnson, J., and Mannberg., A., 2018. How do we really use terrain in the backcountry? A comparison between stated terrain preferences and observed backcountry travel behavior, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Hetland, A., Pfuhl, G., Herding Solberg, M., Guttormsen, F. I., Nordby, A., Jensen Mækele, M., Mannberg, A., 2018. Are you sharp while ascending? Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Hovem, F. H., Mannberg, A., and Terum J. A., 2018. Do recent trends in forecasted avalanche danger affect our perception of the current avalanche hazard? Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., and Johnson, J. 2018. Keeping up with Jeremy Jones – effects of positional preferences on risk-taking behavior, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., and Johnson, J. 2018. Are they experts? Self-assessed backcountry skills among backcountry skiers in Norway and North America, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., Landrø, M., and Ahrland Stefan, M., 2018. How risky is it? Perceived risk among Norwegian backcountry riders, Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop, Innsbruck

Popular scientific publications

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., and Johnson, J., 2018., Are you keeping up with Jeremy Jones? Positional preferences and risky terrain choices Bergundsteigen 4/18

Mannberg, A., Hendrikx, J., Landrø, M and Ahrland Stefan, M., 2017. Who’s at risk in the backcountry? Bergunsteigen #101/winter 2017.

frontpage

Mannberg, A., 2018. Fjellet, elsket og fryktet, Nordnorsk debatt

Media coverage and presentations

2017

The White Heat, Labyrint, UiT – Arctic University of Norway

2018

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

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.