This project collects digital avalanche and snowpit data to promote avalanche information sharing. It is the only project dedicated to building avalanche path atlases and GIS data for avalanche modeling and forecasting. The organization aims to build a database that complies with the guidelines established by the American Avalanche Association, the National Avalanche Center in order to bring readily accessible avalanche data to the public.
Phil Klein (Department of Geography, UNC) and Jim Giese (Hewit Institute) bring us a set of activities for elementary- and middle-grades students to explore Colorado's historical geography. The project includes standards-based geography content and geographic information science (GIS) mapping technology. Units cover Colorado's regions and environment and historical changes in its population, transportation, and economic resources.
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