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University of Utah    
  Nov 23, 2017
2016-2017 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ATMOS 5260 - Snow Dynamics and Avalanche Studies

4 Credit(s)

Components: Laboratory/Lecture

Field sessions require clothing and equipment that allow students to participate in outdoor activities. Students must be able to ski or snowshoe, climb steep terrain, and safely ski back down. Two lectures or discussions weekly combined with one full afternoon in field. Second lecture meets at Alta Town Library before field session. Provides thorough background in technical avalanche forecasting procedures. Study of conditions leading to snow avalanches, broader aspects of snow in all its phases.

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