Aerospace Medicine and Biology


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james wrote:
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 1997 16:20:29 -0500 (EST)
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Aerospace Medicine and Biology

This online version of the print journal of the same name is published by
NASA. Full-text of current and past issues are available in Adobe Acrobat
Portable Document Format (PDF files) through this site. In its subject
coverage, Aerospace Medicine and Biology concentrates on the physical,
physiological and environmental effects to which humans are subjected
during and following simulated or actual flight in Earth's atmosphere or
in interplanetary space. References describing similar effects on
biological organisms of lower order are also included. Such related topics
as sanitary problems, pharmacology, toxicology, safety and survival, life
support systems, exobiology, and personnel factors receive appropriate
attention. Applied research receives the most emphasis, but references to
fundamental studies and theoretical principles related to experimental
development also qualify for inclusion.

The January 1997 issue is divided into section titled: 'Life Sciences
(General)', 'Aerospace Medicine', 'Behavioral Sciences', 'Man/System
Technology and Life Support' and 'Space Biology'.


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