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Utilizing Avalanche Safety Equipment to Prevent Snow Immersion Asphyxiation Revisited, Wilderness and Environmental Medicine.

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Who’s Responsible for Sidecountry Rescue, Backcountry.

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Mountain Emergency Services at Mount Hood Meadows, The Oregonian.

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