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The characteristics of two full-depth slab avalanches that occurred in 1982 and 1984 at the same location on Meall Uaine in Glen Shee, Scotland, are described. Notable features include the relatively low altitude of the site (c. 670 m) compared to sites of other avalanches observed elsewhere in Scotland, the depth of snow involved (up to 4 m), a snow-pack similar to those recorded in the Cairngorm Mountains, and the entrainment, transport, and deposition of boulders and turf. The probability ofdoi:10.3189/s0022143000005335 fatcat:vpydif2xofdj5ewco7n5lyk7s4