Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Basic Environmental Problems of Man in Space

Paris, 29 October — 2 November 1962

  • Hilding Bjurstedt
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. Hilding Bjurstedt
    Pages 1-6
  3. W. Randolph Lovelace II, Ulrich C. Luft, Albert H. Schwichtenberg, Thomas O. Nevison, Robert Proper, Emanuel M. Roth et al.
    Pages 35-64
  4. T. P. K. Lim, U. C. Luft
    Pages 132-145
  5. D. McK. Kerslake
    Pages 153-159
  6. Г. М. Франк, П. П. Саксонов, В. В. Антипов, H. H. Добров
    Pages 240-266
  7. G. J. Neary, E. V. Hulse
    Pages 267-284
  8. R. Grandpierre, R. Angiboust, R. Brice, B. Cailler, G. Chatelier, J. Rozier
    Pages 345-351
  9. М. Д. Емельянов, А. Г. Кузнецов, Е. М. Юганов, А. А. Гюрджиан
    Pages 352-365
  10. W. Ross Addey, Don D. Flickinger
    Pages 406-424
  11. Stanley C. White
    Pages 452-462
  12. K. Steinbuch
    Pages 473-492
  13. A. M. Mayo, C. L. Buddecke, G. R. Tenery
    Pages 493-506

About these proceedings


This volume contains the communications and discussions of the First Inter­ national Symposium on Basic Environmental Problems of Man in Space, which was held 29 October - 2 November 1962 at Unesco House, Paris, under the joint sponsorship of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) with the cooperation and support of Unesco, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). At this Symposium 31 communications were presented, 8 of which were from the USSR, 8 from the USA, and 15 from other countries, all by special invitation. The presentations, which included three general review papers, were made in ten half-day working sessions by a distinguished international group. The pro­ ceedings were not restricted to the acute professional aspects of man in space. In fact, the majority of the vast store of material contained in this volume deals with the more scientific aspects, i. e. with problems of the future, which are con­ tributed mainly by conventional areas of physiology and psychophysiology, including the technical research activities pertaining to the acquisition, analysis and control of biomedical data.


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  • Hilding Bjurstedt
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  1. 1.Karolinska InstitutetStockholmSweden

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