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avi terrain decision making survey - help a PhD student

Postby fossana » Wed Jan 27, 2010 3:41 pm

Received this from the Co Avalanche Information Center (CAIC):

Shay Bright is a Ph.D. candidate working on how groups of backcountry recreationalists make decisions in avalanche terrain. Please help her collect data for her dissertation by filling out a short survey. The survey will be online for one more week [5 more days as of this post]. Please check it out!

Your answers to the survey should come from one day when you were out in the backcountry and traveling in a group of 2 or more. The questions are short and easy to answer. You can fill out the whole thing in 10-15 min. Your answers will be used to help Shay address questions about how backcountry travelers make decisions in avalanche terrain and could help us all move safely through the snow dragon's den. Please take a few minutes to answer the survey questions.

Check out www.brightresearch.net and help us learn more about how we make decisions in avalanche terrain.
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