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By Hanns-Christian Gunga
Human body structure in severe Environments is the only book that provides how human biology and body structure is laid low with severe environments whereas highlighting technological suggestions that permit us to evolve and keep watch over environments. masking a huge variety of utmost environments, together with excessive altitude, underwater, tropical climates, and desolate tract and arctic climates in addition to area shuttle, this booklet will comprise case experiences for useful software. Graduate scholars, clinical scholars and researchers will locate Human body structure in severe Environments an enticing, informative and resource for human body structure, environmental body structure and scientific studies.
- Presents human physiological demanding situations in severe Environments mixed in a single unmarried resource
- Provides an exceptional resource of data relating to paleontological and anthropological aspects
- Offers useful clinical and medical use of present concepts
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