Figures depict terrains susceptible to avalanches and the weather factors that lead to an avalanche in the United States.
Alta Utah USA Date:1950 Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary about the dangers posed by avalanches in the mountainous regions of the United States. A figure about the avalanche angles depicting the anger of avalanche to be high at slopes above 40 degrees. Avalanche terrain at Mount Superior in Alta, Utah. Snow covered Halgate cliff. A figure depicts the avalanche fracture points on straight, convex and concave slopes. An avalanche comes down a slope. Snow water falls down a cliff and gives boost to its velocity. A snow covered house. A man walks on a snow covered surface. Snow waves blow from a mountain peak. A snow storm blows above a canyon. A figure depicts various weather factors that cause avalanche like rate of fall, wind force, temperature and wind direction.
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