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Record #137399:

Comparison of traditional and manufactured cold weather ensembles / Jillian E. Oakes, Heather Wilkins, Rick Riewe, Doug Kelker, Tom Forest.

Title: Comparison of traditional and manufactured cold weather ensembles / Jillian E. Oakes, Heather Wilkins, Rick Riewe, Doug Kelker, Tom Forest.
Author(s): Oakes, Jillian E.
Wilkins, Heather.
Riewe, Rick.
Kelker, Doug.
Forest, Tom.
Date: 1995.
Abstract: Presents laboratory and ethnographic data on thermal comfort of Inuit-made caribou skin clothing, military winter issue clothing, and expedition clothing produced for Arctic travellers. Objective was to identify which winter ensemble provides greatest protection against body cooling during cold, dry weather conditions using physiological measurements, and to identify which winter ensemble is perceived to provide highest thermal comfort.
Notes:

Offprint: Climate Research. Vol. 5(1) :83-90.

Keywords: 687 -- Clothing.
334.742 -- Arts and crafts industry.
612 -- Physiology.
612.5 -- Body heat.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*3) : 574
SPRI record no.: 137399

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