Slab Avalanche

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Alain Duclos and François Louchet have described slab release as a four stage process. First of all a snow slab is separated from older snow by a weak layer. The slab itself may deform elastically under stress, such as the load from a skier but eventually fail in a brittle way if sufficient load is supplied. In their Model the snow slab is symbolized as a series of cohesive blocks linked by springs. It is held in place by cohesive resistance with the surrounding snow and shear resistance with the weak layer.