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UCA's Research Features in Nature magazine

5 September 2022

One of the world's oldest and most respected general-science journals, Nature, which publishes research primarily in the natural sciences, devoted an article to a new study by the University of Central Asia, where a team led by UCA's Mountain Societies Research Institute’s researcher Arnaud Caiserman, has mapped avalanches that have happened in the past (33 years) in order to assess the frequency of those snow hazards, which called Snow Avalanche Frequency Estimation (SAFE).

The findings of the SAFE project were published in a recent issue of The Cryosphere, by authors Arnaud Caiserman, Roy C. Sidle, and Deo Raj Gurung: