Useful Links

Suggestions for more links will be gratefully received.

Sports medicine

Keeping Sports Participants Safe in Hot Weather
Phillip B. Sparling, EdD; Mindy Millard-Stafford, PhD
THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 27 - NO. 7 - JULY 1999
Copyright (C) 1999. The McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved

The American College of Sports Medicine

Expeditions

The Royal Geographic Society
The RGS Expeditionary Advice Centre
Advice and guidance for adventurous activities

Working in heat

A NEW GENERATION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR WORKING IN HEAT
Rick Brake, B.E. (Mining), MBA, MAUSIMM, Enterprise Mine Project
Michael Donoghue, BmedSc, MBChB, DIH, MMedSc, MFOM, FAFOM, Chief Occupational Physician, Mount Isa Mines
Graham Bates, MB ChB MPH PhD, Senior Lecturer in Physiology, School of Public Health, Curtin University
Published on the the Queensland Mining Council [ QMC ] web site

Cornell University
Environmental Health and Safety Unit
PREVENTION OF HEAT STRESS DISORDERS
Cornell's guidance on heat.

Sweat, Heat and Hydration
Florida University
Patrick J. Bird, Ph.D. , Keeping Fit, , Column 607, 1998
On the Florida University site Dr Bird has a number of articles including
whether you can rehydrate using beer after exercise !

Temperature and humidity measurement

The Automatic Weather Stations site.
This site is intended as a resource for anyone with a need for or interest in running their own automatic weather station (AWS) and whose budget doesn't stretch to the many thousands of UK pounds, dollars or euros needed to purchase a top-specification professional system.

World Weather - temperature and humidity information

Weatherunderground.
A global weather site giving temperature and humidity across the world.

Relevant mathematical formulae

USA Today - how the weather works.
USA Today - humidity calculations.