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- Leeds University is one of the largest in the UK with 24,000 students in the year 2000.
- It has a strong reputation for research, with 35 departments rated internationally or nationally excellent according to the British University Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
- The School of Geography at Leeds is large with over 30 academic staff and was placed in the top ten in the country in the 1996 RAE.
- The School has an excellent reputation for quantitative research into the physical environment. It also has close links to many other international research groups.
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coefficients in avalanche hazard mapping. Presented at the 2nd Kirovsk International Conference on Avalanche and Related Subjects, 3-7 September, 2001.
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- Barbolini, M. and Keylock, C.J. 2002. A new method for avalanche hazard mapping using a combination of
statistical and deterministic models. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 2, 3/4, 239-245, (Presented
at the EGS XXVI General Assembly, Nice, France, 25-30 March 2001).
- Keylock, C.J. and Barbolini, M. 2001. Snow avalanche impact pressure - vulnerability relations for use in risk assessment. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 37, 227-238.
- Barbolini, M., Gruber, U., Keylock, C.J., Naaim, M. and Savi, F. 2000. Application of statistical and hydraulic-continuum dense-snow avalanche models to 5 real European sites. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 31, 133-149.
- Keylock, C.J., McClung, D.M. and Magnusson, M.M. 1999. Avalanche risk by simulation. Journal of Glaciology, 45, 303-314.
- Keylock, C.J. and Domaas, U. 1999. Evaluation of topographic models of rockfall travel distance for use in hazard applications. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 31, 312-320.
- Harbitz, C., Issler, D. and Keylock, C., 1998: Conclusions from a recent survey of avalanche computational models. NGI Publications 203. (25 Years of Snow Avalanche Research at NGI, Anniversary Conference, Voss, Norway, 12-16 May, 1998, Proceedings). Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Oslo.
- Keylock, C.J. 1997. Snow avalanches. Progress in Physical Geography, 21, 481-500.