Snow avalanches pose a significant hazard to human populations and infrastructure in mountainous regions. Snow avalanches are the abruptly down slope movement of snow, ice, and associated debris such as rocks, and earth material. The forces generated by large avalanches can damage most man-made structures. Avalanche impacts in India, includes fatilities, is summarize for public and residential area like ski areas, roads, and resource industries. Avalanche hazard methods, in which zoning, explosive control, forecasting. Problems of current avalanche hazard is solving these problem is identified with resources industries, backcountry recreation and residential areas. Snow avalanches are a significant natural hazard that impact roads, …show more content…
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