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Try the state of Washington, and the state of Montana.  The both have snow
load manuals that they publish.  Being that I used to live and work in the
western Wyoming area, I would like to see Idaho and Wyoming come up with a
manual themselvs.

Joseph R. Grill, PE



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From: "KEVIN THOMPSON" <kevinmatthewthompson(--nospam--at)hotmail.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 2:14 PM
Subject: Ground Snow Loads


>
> I am a graduate student at the University of Idaho in structures and am
> currently doing research on snow loads for the entire state of Idaho. As
> part of the research, I'm investigating how nearby states have determined
> appropriate ground snow loads. I was hoping you could provide me the name
of
> the publication(s) used for determining ground snow loads for the states
of
> Utah, Nevada, and Wyoming and where I could obtain or borrow a copy. Do
> these states rely soley on information provided by ASCE 7-98? If so, what
> publications are used for design where "case studies" are required? Thanks
> so much.
>
> Kevin M. Thompson
>
>
>
>
>
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