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Record #197510:

The influence of insect presence and activity on work operations / D.C. Williams.

Title: The influence of insect presence and activity on work operations / D.C. Williams.
Author(s): Williams, D. C.
Date: 1950.
Publisher: Ottawa: Canada Defence Research Board: Operational Research Group
Abstract: Report on research into effect of infestation by biting insects on output, fatigue and morale levels of summer outdoor workers in Canadian North. Results show that, given suitable protective clothing, insect repellents and head nets and helmets, biting insects do not necessarily affect working conditions.
Notes:

Report presented by Canada to Commonwealth Conference on Development, Design and Inspection of Clothing aand General Stores, 1950.

Bound with: Jones, A.C.: A preliminary study of the use of insect repellents and insect-proof clothing in the Canadian North.

Keywords: 595.7 -- Insecta.
595.77 -- Diptera.
595.771 -- Nematocera.
614.449.57 -- Insects, protection from.
614.449.57-084 -- Insect and other pest repellents.
624.148 -- Work in cold climates, materials and adaptations required.
687 -- Clothing.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: 614.449.57
SPRI record no.: 197510

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