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Advanced Environmental Exercise Physiology

Students entering advanced study of environmental physiology may have little experience in researching environmental physiology or may not realize the depth and breadth of the field. Advanced Environmental Exercise Physiology offers the first complete look at the scope and major ideas of environmental exercise physiology. It provides students with a solid grounding in prominent research topics and a thorough understanding of the key concepts and current debates in the field. Using an integrative approach, Advanced Environmental Exercise Physiology, the first book in Human Kinetics’ Advanced Exercise Physiology series, considers the human capacity to exercise in and tolerate various environments.

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Chapter 1. Overview of Environmental Physiology

Interdisciplinary Design Issues
Common Terminology in Environmental Physiology
Common Research Themes

Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Temperature Regulation

Heat Balance Equation and Factors Affecting Heat Exchange
Models of Thermoregulatory Control
Thermal Stress Scales

Chapter 3. Heat Stress

Direct Effects of Hyperthermia
Pace Selection With Hyperthermia
Individual Variability in Heat Tolerance
Cooling Strategies

Chapter 4. Hydration Strategies for Exercise

Physiology of Fluid Balance
Developing a Hydration Strategy

Chapter 5. Cold Air Exposure

Manual Function in the Cold
Cold Injuries to the Extremities
Physiological Responses to Exercise in the Cold

Chapter 6. Cold Water Immersion

Sudden Immersion and Cold Shock
Muscle Failure in the Cold
Hypothermia
Post-Rescue Collapse

Chapter 7. Diving and Hyperbaric Physiology

The Physics of Diving
Respiratory Responses to a Hyperbaric Environment
Barotrauma
Decompression Sickness
Inert Gas Narcosis
Saturation Diving

Chapter 8. Training and Performing at Moderate Altitude

Models of Physiological Responses to Hypoxic Stimulus
Genetic Basis of Altitude Performance
Live Low, Train High
Live High, Train High
Live High, Train Low
Hyperoxia
Considerations in Applying Altitude Training

Chapter 9. Mountaineering and High Altitude Physiology

Physiological Responses to High and Extreme Altitudes
High Altitude Illnesses

Chapter 10. Microgravity and Spaceflight

The Microgravity Environment
Physiological Responses to Microgravity
Exercise Countermeasures
Extravehicular Activity Physiology
Spacesuit Design
Radiation Exposure

Chapter 11. Exercise in Polluted Environments

Air Quality Indices
Ozone Effects on Health and Exercise
Managing Air Pollution for Athletes

Chapter 12. Chronobiological Rhythms and Exercise Performance
Sleep–Wake Cycle Basics
Circadian Pattern in Exercise Capacity
Sleep Deprivation
Shift Work
Jet Lag

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