Accidents In North American Mountaineering, 2012: Rappeling: 5 Best Practices by John American Alpine ClubAccidents In North American Mountaineering, 2012: Rappeling: 5 Best Practices by John American Alpine Club

Accidents In North American Mountaineering, 2012: Rappeling: 5 Best Practices

EditorJohn American Alpine Club, Joe Simpson

Paperback | November 5, 2012

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Data and case studies on last year's climbing accidents throughout the U.S and Canada, including narratives and analyses - Chronicle of climbing accidents in North America - Tables that show demographic trends and causes of accidents - Analyses that provide "lessons learned' without laying blame - Listing of Mountain Rescue groups Jed Williamson, M.Ed. is the Immediate Past President of Sterling College in Vermont. He is co-author of the AEE Accreditation Standards for Adventure Programs, editor of Accidents in North American Mountaineering, and co-designer of the "Live, Learn, and Teach" graduate program in experiential education at the University of New Hampshire. He has conducted over 60 risk management reviews and accident investigations for adventure programs.
Jed Williamson, M.Ed. is the Immediate Past President of Sterling College in Vermont. He is co-author of the AEE Accreditation Standards for Adventure Programs and has conducted over 60 risk-management reviews and accident investigations for adventure programs. Aram Attarian, Ph.D. is Associate Professor at North Carolina State Unive...
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Title:Accidents In North American Mountaineering, 2012: Rappeling: 5 Best PracticesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 8.81 × 6.15 × 0.34 inPublished:November 5, 2012Publisher:The Mountaineers BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1933056770

ISBN - 13:9781933056777

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