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Discussione: Valanghe: documenti, libri, link.

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    Per la valutazione del rischio, segnalo l'app Nivolab

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    Riguardo al nuovo bollettino dell'Euregio, vi riporto qui l'abstract della presentazione del progetto. ╚ interessante per capire come funziona l'attivitÓ di compilazione ed emissione dei bollettini.


    Title:*Project ALBINA: A conceptual framework for a consistent, cross-border and multilingual regional avalanche forecasting system

    Proceedings:*International Snow Science Workshop Proceedings 2018, Innsbruck, Austria

    Authors:

    Christoph Mitterer**[ Avalanche Warning Service Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria ]

    Norbert Lanzanasto**[ Avalanche Warning Service Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria ]

    Patrick Nairz**[ Avalanche Warning Service Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria ]

    Alex Boninsegna**[ Avalanche Warning Service Bolzano - South Tyrol, Bolzano - Bozen, Italy ]

    Michela Munari**[ Avalanche Warning Service Bolzano - South Tyrol, Bolzano - Bozen, Italy ]

    GŘnther Geier**[ Avalanche Warning Service Bolzano - South Tyrol, Bolzano - Bozen, Italy ]

    Lukas Rastner**[ Avalanche Warning Service Bolzano - South Tyrol, Bolzano - Bozen, Italy ]

    Fabio Gheser**[ Avalanche Warning Service Bolzano - South Tyrol, Bolzano - Bozen, Italy ]

    Alberto Trenti**[ Meteotrentino, Trento, Italy ]

    Sergio Begnini**[ Meteotrentino, Trento, Italy ]

    Gian-Luca Tognoni**[ Meteotrentino, Trento, Italy ]

    Alexander Pucher**[ University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research Working Group Cartography and Geoinformation Sciences, Vienna, Austria ]

    Daniel Nell**[ University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research Working Group Cartography and Geoinformation Sciences, Vienna, Austria ]

    Karel Kriz**[ University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research Working Group Cartography and Geoinformation Sciences, Vienna, Austria ]

    Rudi Mair**[ Avalanche Warning Service Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria ]

    Date:*2018-10-07

    Abstract:*About 29 forecasting centers in the European Alps assess the regional avalanche danger for their area on a regular basis and inform the public through regional avalanche bulletins. However, if for example Tyrolean recreationists would like to enjoy backcountry skiing in the Province of Trento, they very often encounter a linguistic problem - unless someone from their group speaks fluent Italian. Since communication is a major part of effective avalanche warning, consistency in the communication of avalanche danger is essential to ensure the greatest value for the users. Only recently, a comparison between neighboring avalanche danger forecast systems revealed different possible factors of inconsistency: (1) varying size of the warning regions, (2) differences in language and culture, (3) operational constraints in the production and distribution of the avalanche danger bulletin and (4) different interpretations of the avalanche danger levels. In order to foster the efforts in harmonizing warning production and communication and consequently increase the value for backcountry recreationists, three forecasting centers within the European Avalanche Warning Services (EAWS), namely Tirol from Austria as well as South Tyrol and Trentino both from Italy, teamed up with the main goal to develop and implement a conceptual framework in line with EAWS standards and best practice. The conceptual framework focuses on objects notoriously known to be potential sources of inconsistency when assessing and communicating avalanche danger across forecasting borders: e.g. (1) avalanche danger assessment and forecasting production, (2) timing and validity of publication and (3) effective geo-communication. We will present this generally valid approach for connecting various avalanche forecasting centers without undermining their territorial sovereignty. The framework contains operational workflows across borders among avalanche forecasters, concepts of self-improvement and a discussion on how to standardize exchange of experiences between forecasters. Starting with the winter season 2018-2019 Tirol, South Tyrol and Trentino will operationally use the presented framework accessible under avalanche.report and hence increase the consistency of forecasting products and the value for the users

    https://arc.lib.montana.edu/snow-sci...2018_O17.8.pdf

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    Nuova (?) pagina con tutti gli incidenti di valanga, con o senza sepolti, avvenuti in Svizzera in questa stagione (ad oggi 109 incidenti, 162 persone trascinate, 13 vittime). Un'informazione interessante per avere un'idea di cosa accade nelle zone che si frequentano.

    https://www.slf.ch/it/valanghe/incid...belement1-tab1

    Il colore corrisponde al grado di perricolo; c'Ŕ anche un link al bollettino del giorno.

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