Device offers insight into what fuels Hot Shots

Page, Douglas
February 2003
Fire Chief;Feb2003, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the findings of a study about the energy requirements of wildland firefighters in the U.S. Comparison of calories burned by Hot Shots firefighters with mountain climbers and soldiers; Urine analysis; Effect of activity and individual behavior patterns on total daily energy expenditures.


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