Data

Experimental data (measured and statistically evaluated) of the published studies

 

Study (Submitted for review to Scientific Reports journal):

Perlite is a suitable model material for breathing experiments studying survival of a victim covered with avalanche snow: a randomized double blind crossover study

The complete data set is available here: Snow-model-data.xlsx. The file contains Supplementary Tables S1 to S16 with the measure data and Tables S17 to S21 with statistical analysis.

CONSORT Flowchart of the study can be downloaded here.

 

Study published in Plos One (2015):

Work of Breathing into Snow in the Presence versus Absence of an Artificial Air Pocket Affects Hypoxia and Hypercapnia of a Victim Covered with Avalanche Snow: A Randomized Double Blind Crossover Study.

Full citation: Roubík K, Sieger L, Sykora K (2015) Work of Breathing into Snow in the Presence versus Absence of an Artificial Air Pocket Affects Hypoxia and Hypercapnia of a Victim Covered with Avalanche Snow: A Randomized Double Blind Crossover Study. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0144332. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0144332. (→Full Text)

Photography of the snow property measurements: