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Main Title Human heat stress /
Author Parsons, K. C.
Publisher CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group,
Year Published 2019
Call Number RC87.1.P36 2019eb
ISBN 9780429020834; 042902083X; 9780429667886; 0429667884; 9780429665165; 0429665164; 9780429662447; 0429662440
Subjects Heat exhaustion ; Heat--Physiological effect ; SCIENCE / Environmental Science ; TECHNOLOGY / Engineering / General ; TECHNOLOGY / Industrial Health & Safety
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Taylor & Francis
Collation 1 online resource.
OCLC-licensed vendor bibliographic record.
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Contents Notes
"This book presents the fundamental principles of how people respond to hot environments and how those principles can be applied in practical applications. Heat stress leads to heat casualties in both indoor and outdoor environments across the world. This book provides a concise and comprehensive coverage of the subject in an accessible form for those interested in how people respond to heat and how to predict and avoid heat causalities"--