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Arnold, J, Hemsley, Z, Hodder, S, Havenith, G, Lloyd, A (2020) Reliability and validity of methods in the assessment of cold-induced shivering thermogenesis, European Journal of Applied Physiology, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-019-04288-2.

Griggs, K, Havenith, G, Price, MJ, Goosey-Tolfrey, VL (2019) Evaporative heat loss insufficient to attain heat balance at rest in individuals with a spinal cord injury at high ambient temperature, Journal of Applied Physiology, 127(4), pp.995-1004, ISSN: 8750-7587. DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.00893.2018.

West, A, Tarrier, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2019) Sweat distribution and perceived wetness across the human foot: the effect of shoes and exercise intensity, Ergonomics, 62(11), pp.1450-1461, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139.2019.1657185.

Raccuglia, M, Heyde, C, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2019) The use of infrared thermal imaging to measure spatial and temporal sweat retention in clothing, International Journal of Biometeorology, 63(7), ISSN: 0020-7128. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-019-01701-5.

Lloyd, A and Havenith, G (2019) Comment on: Subjective thermal strain impairs endurance performance in a temperate environment, Physiology & Behavior, pp.275-276, ISSN: 0031-9384. DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2019.03.006.

Faulkner, SH, Broekhuijzen, I, Raccuglia, M, Hupperets, M, Hodder, SG, Havenith, G (2019) The Threshold Ambient Temperature for the Use of Precooling to Improve Cycling Time-Trial Performance., Int J Sports Physiol Perform, 14(3), pp.323-330, DOI: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0310.

West, A, Schonfisch, D, Picard, A, Tarrier, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2019) Shoe microclimate: An objective characterisation and subjective evaluation, Applied Ergonomics, 78, pp.1-12, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2019.01.010.

Smith, CJ and Havenith, G (2019) Upper body sweat mapping provides evidence of relative sweat redistribution towards the periphery following hot-dry heat acclimation, Temperature, 6(1), pp.50-65, ISSN: 2332-8940. DOI: 10.1080/23328940.2019.1570777.

Gerrett, N, Amano, T, Havenith, G, Inoue, Y, Kondo, N (2019) The influence of local skin temperature on the sweat glands maximum ion reabsorption rate., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 119, 685, DOI: 10.1007/s00421-018-04059-5.

Griggs, KE, Havenith, G, Price, MJ, Goosey-Tolfrey, V (2019) Infographic: Thermoregulatory impairment in athletes with a spinal cord injury, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 53(20), pp.1305-1306, ISSN: 1473-0480. DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2018-099853.

Flouris, A, Dinas, PC, Ioannou, LG, Nybo, L, Havenith, G, Kenny, GP, Kjellstrom, T (2018) Workers' health and productivity under occupational heat strain: a systematic review and meta-analysis, The Lancet Planetary Health, 2(12), ISSN: 2542-5196. DOI: 10.1016/S2542-5196(18)30237-7.

Raccuglia, M, Heyde, C, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) Spatial and temporal migration of sweat: from skin to clothing, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 118(10), pp.2155-2169, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-018-3941-9.

Gerrett, N, Griggs, KE, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Kondo, N, Havenith, G (2018) Sweat from gland to skin surface – production, transport and skin absorption, Journal of Applied Physiology, 125(2), pp.459-469, ISSN: 8750-7587. DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.00872.2017.

Poulianiti, K, Havenith, G, Flouris, A (2018) Review: Metabolic energy cost of workers in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, tourism, and transportation industries, Industrial Health, 57(3), pp.283-305, ISSN: 0019-8366. DOI: 10.2486/indhealth.2018-0075.

Davoodi, F, Hassanzadeh, H, Zolfaghari, SA, Havenith, G, Maerefat, M (2018) A new individualized thermoregulatory bio-heat model for evaluating the effects of personal characteristics on human body thermal response, Building and Environment, pp.62-76, ISSN: 0360-1323. DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2018.03.026.

Gerrett, N, Amano, T, Inoue, Y, Havenith, G, Kondo, N (2018) The effects of exercise and passive heating on the sweat glands ion reabsorption rates, Physiol Rep, 6(5), ISSN: 2051-817X. DOI: 10.14814/phy2.13619.

Raccuglia, M, Sales, B, Heyde, C, Havenith, G, Hodder, S (2018) Clothing comfort during physical exercise – Determining the critical factors, Applied Ergonomics, pp.33-41, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2018.05.014.

Poulianiti, K, Havenith, G, Flouris, A (2018) Metabolic energy cost of workers in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, tourism, and transportation industries, Ind Health, 57(3), pp.283-305, ISSN: 0019-8366. DOI: 10.2486/indhealth.2018-0075.

Raccuglia, M, Heyde, C, Lloyd, A, Ruiz, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) Anchoring biases affect repeated scores of thermal, moisture, tactile and comfort sensations in transient conditions, Int J Biometeorol, 62(11), ISSN: 0020-7128. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-018-1595-2.

Lloyd, A, Picton, L, Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Localized and systemic variations in central motor drive at different local skin and muscle temperatures, American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 313(3), pp.219-228, ISSN: 0363-6119. DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00055.2017.

Moreira, DG, Costello, JT, Brito, CJ, Adamczyk, JG, Ammer, K, Bach, AJE, Costa, CMA, Eglin, C, Fernandes, AA, Fernandez-Cuevas, I, Ferreira, JJA, Formenti, D, Fournet, D, Havenith, G, Howell, K, Jung, A, Kenny, GP, Kolosovas-Machuca, ES, Maley, MJ, Merla, A, Pascoe, DD, Quesada, JIP, Schwartz, RG, Seixas, ARD, Selfe, J, Vainer, BG, Sillero-Quintana, M (2017) Thermographic imaging in sports and exercise medicine: a Delphi study and consensus statement on the measurement of human skin temperature, Journal of Thermal Biology, 69, pp.155-162, ISSN: 0306-4565. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2017.07.006.

Raccuglia, M, Pistak, K, Heyde, C, Qu, J, Mao, N, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Human wetness perception of fabrics under dynamic skin contact, Textile Research Journal, 88(19), pp.2155-2168, ISSN: 1746-7748. DOI: 10.1177/0040517517716905.

Griggs, KE, Havenith, G, Paulson, TAW, J Price, M, Goosey-Tolfrey, VL (2017) Effects of cooling before and during simulated match play on thermoregulatory responses of athletes with tetraplegia., J Sci Med Sport, DOI: 10.1016/j.jsams.2017.03.010.

Ke, Y, Zhang, X, Li, Z, Li, J, Havenith, G (2017) Local and Whole Ventilation of Rainwear with Different Aperture Designs, Journal of Donghua University (English Edition), 34(1), pp.32-37, ISSN: 1672-5220.

Griggs, K, Havenith, G, Price, MJ, Mason, B, Goosey-Tolfrey, V (2017) Thermoregulatory responses during competitive wheelchair rugby match play, International Journal of Sports Medicine, 38(3), pp.177-183, ISSN: 1439-3964. DOI: 10.1055/s-0042-121263.

Wilkins, EL and Havenith, G (2017) External heating garments used post warm-up improve upper-body power and elite sprint swimming performance, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, 231(2), pp.91-101, ISSN: 1754-338X. DOI: 10.1177/1754337116650322.

Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Human wetness perception in relation to textile water absorption parameters under static skin contact, Textile Research Journal, 87(20), pp.2449-2463, ISSN: 0040-5175. DOI: 10.1177/0040517516671127.

Mlynarczyk, M, Havenith, G, Leonard, J, Martins, R, Hodder, S (2016) Interlaboratory proficiency tests in measuring thermal insulation and evaporative resistance of clothing using the Newton-type thermal manikin, Textile Research Journal, 88(4), pp.453-466, ISSN: 0040-5175. DOI: 10.1177/0040517516681957.

Inoue, Y, Gerrett, N, Ichinose-Kuwahara, T, Umino, Y, Kiuchi, S, Amano, T, Ueda, H, Havenith, G, Kondo, N (2016) Sex differences in age-related changes on peripheral warm and cold innocuous thermal sensitivity, Physiology and Behavior, 164, pp.86-92, ISSN: 0031-9384. DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2016.05.045.

Dai, X-Q and Havenith, G (2016) The interaction of clothing ventilation with dry and evaporative heat transfer of jackets: the effect of air and vapor permeability, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 28(5), pp.570-581, ISSN: 0955-6222. DOI: 10.1108/IJCST-12-2015-0135.

Schade, A, Walliser, C, Wist, M, Haas, J, Vatter, P, Kraus, JM, Filingeri, D, Havenith, G, Kestler, HA, Milner, JD, Gierschik, P (2016) Cool-temperature-mediated activation of phospholipase C-y2 in the human hereditary disease PLAID, Cellular Signalling, 28(9), pp.1237-1251, DOI: 10.1016/j.cellsig.2016.05.010.

Ravanelli, NM, Gagnon, D, Hodder, SG, Havenith, G, Jay, O (2016) The biophysical and physiological basis for mitigated elevations in heart rate with electric fan use in extreme heat and humidity, International journal of biometeorology, ISSN: 0020-7128.

Lloyd, A and Havenith, G (2016) Interactions in human performance: an individual and combined stressors approach, Temperature, 3(4), pp.514-517, ISSN: 2332-8940. DOI: 10.1080/23328940.2016.1189991.

McLellan, T and Havenith, G (2016) Protective clothing ensembles and physical employment standards, Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41(6), pp.S120-S130, DOI: 10.1139/apnm-2015-0474.

Lloyd, A, Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) Interaction between environmental temperature and hypoxia on central and peripheral fatigue during high-intensity dynamic knee extension, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 120(6), pp.567-579, ISSN: 8750-7587. DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.00876.2015.

Psikuta, A, Kuklane, K, Bogdan, A, Havenith, G, Annaheim, S, Rossi, RM (2016) Opportunities and constraints of presently used thermal manikins for thermo-physiological simulation of the human body, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOMETEOROLOGY, 60(3), pp.435-446, ISSN: 0020-7128. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-015-1041-7.

Amano, T, Gerrett, N, Inoue, Y, Nishiyasu, T, Havenith, G, Kondo, N (2016) Determination of the maximum rate of eccrine sweat glands’ ion reabsorption using the galvanic skin conductance to local sweat rate relationship, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 116(2), pp.281-290, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-015-3275-9.

Havenith, G and Fiala, D (2016) Thermal Indices and Thermophysiological Modeling for Heat Stress, COMPREHENSIVE PHYSIOLOGY, 6(1), pp.255-302, ISSN: 2040-4603. DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c140051.

Havenith, G and Fiala, D (2015) Thermal Indices and Thermophysiological Modeling for Heat Stress, pp.255-302, DOI: 10.1002/cphy.c140051.

Fournet, D, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2015) Can body-mapped garments improve thermal comfort for sport in the cold?, Extreme Physiology & Medicine, 4(S1), A74, DOI: 10.1186/2046-7648-4-s1-a74.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Warm temperature stimulus suppresses the perception of skin wetness during initial contact with a wet surface., Skin research and technology : official journal of International Society for Bioengineering and the Skin (ISBS) [and] International Society for Digital Imaging of Skin (ISDIS) [and] International Society for Skin Imaging (ISSI), 21(1), pp.9-14, ISSN: 0909-752X. DOI: 10.1111/srt.12148.

Havenith, G, Kuklane, K, Fan, J, Hodder, S, Ouzzahra, Y, Lundgren, K, Au, Y, Loveday, D (2015) A database of static clothing thermal insulation and vapor permeability values of non-western ensembles for use in ASHRAE Standard 55, ISO 7730, and ISO 9920 CH-15-018 (RP-1504), ASHRAE Transactions, 121(1), pp.1-1.

Ravanelli, NM, Hodder, S, Havenith, G, Jay, OE (2015) Heart rate and body temperature responses to extreme heat and humidity with and without electric fans, JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, 313(7), pp.725-725, ISSN: 1538-3598. DOI: 10.1001/jama.2015.153.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Tactile cues significantly modulate the perception of sweat-induced skin wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness, Journal of neurophysiology, p.2015, ISSN: 0022-3077. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00141.2015.

Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) The interactive effect of cooling and hypoxia on forearm fatigue development, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115(9), pp.2007-2018, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-015-3181-1.

Faulkner, S, Hupperets, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Conductive and evaporative precooling lowers mean skin temperature and improves time trial performance in the heat, SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE & SCIENCE IN SPORTS, 25, pp.183-189, ISSN: 0905-7188. DOI: 10.1111/sms.12373.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Mild evaporative cooling applied to the torso provides thermoregulatory benefits during running in the heat, SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE & SCIENCE IN SPORTS, 25, pp.200-210, ISSN: 0905-7188. DOI: 10.1111/sms.12322.

Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) The interaction between peripheral and central fatigue at different muscle temperatures during sustained isometric contractions, American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 309(4), p.2015, ISSN: 0363-6119. DOI: 10.1152/ajpregu.00061.2015.

Richmond, V, Davey, S, Griggs, K, Havenith, G (2015) Prediction of core body temperature from multiple variables, The Annals of occupational hygiene, 59(9), pp.1168-1178, ISSN: 0003-4878. DOI: 10.1093/annhyg/mev054.

Gerrett, N, Ouzzahra, Y, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2015) Female thermal sensitivity to hot and cold during rest and exercise, Physiology and Behavior, 152, pp.11-19, ISSN: 0031-9384. DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2015.08.032.

Ke, Y, Li, J, Havenith, G (2015) Local ventilation and wear response of working jackets with different fabric permeability, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 27(6), pp.835-851, ISSN: 0955-6222. DOI: 10.1108/IJCST-08-2014-0100.

Raccuglia, M, Lloyd, A, Filingeri, D, Faulkner, S, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Post-warm-up muscle temperature maintenance: blood flow contribution and external heating optimisation, European Journal of Applied Physiology, pp.1-10, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-015-3294-6.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Decreasing the tactile interaction between skin, sweat and clothing significantly reduces the perception of wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness during moderate exercise, Extreme Physiology & Medicine, 4(Suppl 1), pp.A76-A76, ISSN: 2046-7648. DOI: 10.1186/2046-7648-4-s1-a76.

Griggs, K, Havenith, G, Price, M, Paulson, T, Goosey-Tolfrey, V (2015) Effectiveness of pre-cooling and cooling during play on wheelchair rugby performance, Extreme Physiology & Medicine, 4(Suppl 1), pp.A4-A4, ISSN: 2046-7648. DOI: 10.1186/2046-7648-4-s1-a4.

Filingeri, D and Havenith, G (2015) Human skin wetness perception: psychophysical and neurophysiological bases, Temperature, 999(999), pp.999-999, ISSN: 2332-8940. DOI: 10.1080/23328940.2015.1008878.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Thermal and tactile interactions in the perception of local skin wetness at rest and during exercise in thermo-neutral and warm environments., Neuroscience, 258, pp.121-130, DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.11.019.

Ke, Y, Li, J, Havenith, G (2014) An improved experimental method for local clothing ventilation measurement, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 44(1), pp.75-81, ISSN: 0169-8141. DOI: 10.1016/j.ergon.2013.10.009.

Gerrett, N, Ouzzahra, Y, Coleby, S, Hobbs, S, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2014) Thermal sensitivity to warmth during rest and exercise: a sex comparison., Eur J Appl Physiol, 114(7), pp.1451-1462, DOI: 10.1007/s00421-014-2875-0.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Why wet feels wet? A neurophysiological model of human cutaneous wetness sensitivity, Journal of Neurophysiology, 0(6), pp.0-1469, ISSN: 0022-3077. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00120.2014.

Ke, Y, Havenith, G, Zhang, X, Li, X, Li, J (2014) Effects of wind and clothing apertures on local clothing ventilation rates and thermal insulation, TEXTILE RESEARCH JOURNAL, 84(9), pp.941-952, ISSN: 0040-5175. DOI: 10.1177/0040517513512399.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Body mapping of cutaneous wetness perception across the human torso during thermo-neutral and warm environmental exposures, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 117(8), pp.887-897, ISSN: 8750-7587. DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.00535.2014.

Gerrett, N, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2013) A comparison of galvanic skin conductance and skin wettedness as indicators of thermal discomfort during moderate and high metabolic rates, Journal of Thermal Biology, 38(8), pp.530-538, ISSN: 0306-4565. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2013.09.003.

Faulkner, SH, Ferguson, RA, Hodder, SG, Havenith, G (2013) External muscle heating during warm-up does not provide added performance benefit above external heating in the recovery period alone, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 113(11), pp.2713-2721, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-013-2708-6.

Ke, Y, Havenith, G, Li, J, Li, X (2013) A New Experimental Study of Influence of Fabric Permeability, Clothing Sizes, Openings and Wind on Regional Ventilation Rates, FIBERS AND POLYMERS, 14(11), pp.1906-1911, ISSN: 1229-9197. DOI: 10.1007/s12221-013-1906-5.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2013) The role of decreasing contact temperatures and skin cooling in the perception of skin wetness., Neurosci Lett, 551, pp.65-69, DOI: 10.1016/j.neulet.2013.07.015.

Fournet, D, Ross, L, Voelcker, T, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2013) Body mapping of thermoregulatory and perceptual responses of males and females running in the cold, JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY, 38(6), pp.339-344, ISSN: 0306-4565. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2013.04.005.

Havenith, G, Bröde, P, den Hartog, E, Kuklane, K, Holmer, I, Rossi, RM, Richards, M, Farnworth, B, Wang, X (2013) Evaporative cooling: effective latent heat of evaporation in relation to evaporation distance from the skin., J Appl Physiol (1985), 114(6), pp.778-785, DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.01271.2012.

Morris, NB, Cramer, MN, Hodder, SG, Havenith, G, Jay, O (2013) A comparison between the technical absorbent and ventilated capsule methods for measuring local sweat rate., J Appl Physiol (1985), 114(6), pp.816-823, DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.01088.2012.

Faulkner, SH, Ferguson, RA, Gerrett, N, Hupperets, M, Hodder, SG, Havenith, G (2013) Reducing muscle temperature drop after warm-up improves sprint cycling performance., Med Sci Sports Exerc, 45(2), pp.359-365, DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e31826fba7f.

Smith, CJ, Machado-Moreira, CA, Plant, G, Hodder, S, Havenith, G, Taylor, NAS (2013) Design data for footwear: sweating distribution on the human foot, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 25(1), pp.43-58, DOI: 10.1108/09556221311292200.

Bröde, P, Błazejczyk, K, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Holmér, I, Jendritzky, G, Kuklane, K, Kampmann, B (2013) The Universal Thermal Climate Index UTCI compared to ergonomics standards for assessing the thermal environment., Ind Health, 51(1), pp.16-24, DOI: 10.2486/indhealth.2012-0098.

Blazejczyk, K, Jendritzky, G, Broede, P, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Epstein, Y, Psikuta, A, Kampmann, B (2013) An introduction to the Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI), Geographia Polonica, 86(1), pp.5-10, ISSN: 0016-7282.

Salopek Cubric, I, Skenderi, Z, Havenith, G (2013) Impact of raw material, yarn and fabric parameters, and finishing on water vapor resistance, Textile Research Journal, 83(12), pp.1215-1228, DOI: 10.1177/0040517512471745.

Richmond, VL, Wilkinson DM, Blacker, SD, Horner, FE, Carter, J, Havenith, G, Rayson, MP (2013) Insulated skin temperature as a measure of core body temperature for individuals wearing CBRN protective clothing, Physiol. Measurement, 34, pp.1531-1543, DOI: 10.1088/0967-3334/34/11/1531.

Smith, CJ and Havenith, G (2012) Body mapping of sweating patterns in athletes: a sex comparison., Med Sci Sports Exerc, 44(12), pp.2350-2361, DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e318267b0c4.

Ouzzahra, Y, Havenith, G, Redortier, B (2012) Regional distribution of thermal sensitivity to cold at rest and during mild exercise in males, Journal of Thermal Biology, 37(7), pp.517-523, ISSN: 0306-4565. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2012.06.003.

Fournet, D, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2012) A Method For Whole-Body Skin Temperature Mapping In Humans (Eine Methode zur Aufzeichnung der Hautemperatur des gesamten menschlichen Korpers), Thermology International, 22(4), pp.157-159, ISSN: 1560-604X.

Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Bröde, P, Kampmann, B, Jendritzky, G (2012) UTCI-Fiala multi-node model of human heat transfer and temperature regulation., Int J Biometeorol, 56(3), pp.429-441, DOI: 10.1007/s00484-011-0424-7.

Havenith, G, Fiala, D, Błazejczyk, K, Richards, M, Bröde, P, Holmér, I, Rintamaki, H, Benshabat, Y, Jendritzky, G (2012) The UTCI-clothing model., Int J Biometeorol, 56(3), pp.461-470, DOI: 10.1007/s00484-011-0451-4.

Al-Rashidi, K, Loveday, D, Al-Mutawa, N, Havenith, G (2012) A comparison of methods for assessing the thermal insulation value of children's schoolwear in Kuwait, APPLIED ERGONOMICS, 43(1), pp.203-210, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2011.05.010.

Bröde, P, Fiala, D, Błazejczyk, K, Holmér, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B, Tinz, B, Havenith, G (2012) Deriving the operational procedure for the Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI), International Journal of Biometeorology, 56(3), pp.481-494, ISSN: 0020-7128. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-011-0454-1.

Jendritzky, G, de Dear, R, Havenith, G (2012) UTCI - Why another thermal index?, International Journal of Biometeorology, 56(3), pp.421-428, ISSN: 0020-7128. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-011-0513-7.

Heus, R, Mol, E, van Raaij, R, Weewer, R, Havenith, G (2012) Physical aspects of firefighting in relation to health, fitness and deployability of firefighters, Tijdschrift voor Veiligheidskunde, 11(4), pp.17-33, ISSN: 1872-7948.

Mol, E, Heus, R, Havenith, G (2011) Code zwart voor natuurbrandbestrijders (Code black for firefighters tackling nature fires). [Dutch], Brand en Brandweer, (7/8), pp.18-19.

Smith, CJ and Havenith, G (2011) Body mapping of sweating patterns in male athletes in mild exercise-induced hyperthermia, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 111(7), pp.1391-1404, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-010-1744-8.

Havenith, G, Den Hartog, E, Martini, S (2011) Heat stress in chemical protective clothing: porosity and vapour resistance, Ergonomics, 54(5), pp.497-507, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139.2011.558638.

Kondo, N, Inoue, Y, Havenith, G, Machado Moreira, CA, Taylor, NS (2011) Characteristics of human thermoregulation and its regional difference (Japanese), Journal of the Textile Machinery Society of Japan, 64(4), pp.P25-31, ISSN: 1881-1159.

Psikuta, A, Fiala, D, Laschewski, G, Jendritzky, G, Richards, M, Błazejczyk, K, Mekjavič, I, Rintamäki, H, de Dear, R, Havenith, G (2011) Validation of the Fiala multi-node thermophysiological model for UTCI application, International Journal of Biometeorology, pp.1-18, ISSN: 0020-7128.

Błazejczyk, K, Broede, P, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Holmér, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B (2010) UTCI - New tool of bioclimatic research in different scales, Przeglad Geofizyczny, 55(1-2), pp.5-19, ISSN: 0033-2135.

Satsumoto, Y and Havenith, G (2010) Evaluation of overall and local ventilation in diapers, Textile Research Journal, 80(17), pp.1856-1871, DOI: 10.1177/0040517510369402.

Shido, O, Watanabe, T, Taylor, NAS, Havenith, G (2010) Introduction. Human thermoregulatory research., European journal of applied physiology, 109(1), pp.1-3, DOI: 10.1007/s00421-010-1425-7.

Den Hartog, EA and Havenith, G (2010) Analytical study of the heat loss attenuation by clothing on thermal manikins under radiative head loads, International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics [JOSE], 16(2), pp.245-261.

Brode, P, Kuklane, K, Candas, V, Den Hartog, EA, Griefahn, B, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M, Havenith, G (2010) Heat gain from thermal radiation through protective clothing with different insulation, reflectivity and vapour permeability, International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics (JOSE), 16(2), pp.231-244.

Havenith, G, Zhang, P, Hatcher, K, Dannen, H (2010) Comparison of two tracer gas dilution methods for the determination of clothing ventilation and of vapour resistance, Ergonomics, 53(4), pp.548-558, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140130903528152.

Blazejczyk, K, Broede, P, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B (2010) UTCI - Nowy wskaznik oceny obciazen cieplnych czowieka [UTCI - New index for assessment of heat stress in man], Przeglad Geograficzny [Reviews in Geography], 82(1), pp.49-71.

Bröde, P, Kuklane, K, Havenith, G (2010) Thermal stress in protective clothing: Results of a European cooperative project, Technische Uberwachung, 51(6), pp.14-18, ISSN: 1434-9728.

Havenith, G (2010) Benchmarking Functionality of Historical Cold Weather Clothing: Robert F. Scott, Roald Amundsen, George Mallory, Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics, 3(3), pp.121-129, DOI: 10.3993/jjbil2201001.

Wang, F-M, Kuklane, K, Gao, C, Holmér, I, Havenith, G (2010) Development and Validation of an Empirical Equation to Predict Wet Fabric Skin Surface Temperature of Thermal Manikins, Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics, 3(1), pp.9-15.

Błazejczyk, K, Broede, P, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Holmér, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B, Kunert, A (2010) Principles of the new universal thermal climate index (UTCI) and its application to bioclimatic research in European scale, Miscellanea Geographica, 14, pp.91-102, ISSN: 0867-6046.

Fukazawa, T and Havenith, G (2009) Differences in comfort perception in relation to local and whole body skin wettedness., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 106, pp.15-24, DOI: 10.1007/s00421-009-0983-z.

Wissler, EH and Havenith, G (2009) A simple theoretical model of heat and moisture transport in multi-layer garments in cool ambient air., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 105, pp.797-808, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-008-0966-5.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2009) The effects of protective clothing on energy consumption during different activities., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 105, pp.463-470, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-008-0924-2.

Fukazawa, T, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2009) Evaluation of local and whole body thermal comfort sensations using salivary amylase activity and cortisol, Descente Sports Science, 30, pp.87-95.

Blazejczyk, K, Broede, P, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B, Kunert, A (2009) Nowy wskaznik oceny warunkow klimatoterapii uzdrowiskowej (UTCI) [New index to evaluate climate for climatotherapy (UTCI)], Polish Journal of Balneology, 4(118), pp.313-321, ISSN: 0005-4402.

Brode, P, Kuklane, K, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Griefahn, B, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M, Havenith, G (2008) Heat transfer through protective clothing under symmetric and asymmetric long wave thermal radiation, Zeitschrift fur Arbeitswissenschaft, 62, pp.237-300, ISSN: 0340-2444.

Al ajmi, FF, Loveday, DL, Bedwell, KH, Havenith, G (2008) Thermal Insulation and clothing area factors of typical Arabian Gulf clothing ensembles for males and females: Measurements using thermal manikins, Applied Ergonomics, 39, pp.407-414, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2007.10.001.

Brode, P, Havenith, G, Wang, X, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Griefahn, B, Holmer, I, Kuklane, K, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M (2008) Non-evaporative effects of a wet mid layer on heat transfer through protective clothing., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104, pp.341-349, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-007-0629-y.

Havenith, G, Fogarty, A, Bartlett, R, Smith, CJ, Ventenat, V (2008) Male and Female upper body sweat distribution during running measured with technical absorbents., European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104, pp.245-255, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-007-0636-z.

Havenith, G, Smith, C, Fukazawa, T (2008) The Skin Interface - Meeting Point of Physiology and Clothing Science, Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics JFBI, 1(2), pp.93-98.

Jendritzky, G, Fiala, D, Havenith, G, Koppe, C, Laschewski, G, Staiger, H, Tinz, B (2007) The Thermal Environment, Promet, 33, pp.83-94.

Havenith, G, Richards, M, Wang, X, Brode, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Kuklane, K, Meinander, H, Nocker, W (2007) Apparent latent heat of evaporation from clothing: attenuation and "heat pipe" effects, Journal of Applied Phsiology, pp.1-27, DOI: 10.1152/japp.hysiol.00612.2007.

Havenith, G (2007) Metabolic rate and clothing insulation data of children and adolescents during various school activities., Ergonomics, 50(10), pp.1689-1701, DOI: 10.1080/00140130701587574.

Havenith, G, Wang, X, Richards, M, Candas, V, Meinander, H, Broede, P, den Hartog, EA, Holmer, I, Nocker, W (2007) Apparent and real cooling efficiency of moisture evaporation from the skin while wearing protective clothing, Journal of Physiological Anthropology, 26, pp.272-273.

Kuklane, K, Holmer, I, Gao, C, Havenith, G (2007) Calculation of Clothing Insulation by Serial and Parallel Methods: Effects on Clothing Choice by IREQ and Thermal Responses in the Cold, Intrenational Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 13(2), pp.103-116.

Al ajmi, F, Loveday, DL, Havenith, G (2006) Thermal insulation of Arabian Gulf male clothing: measurements using a thermal manikin, ASHRAE Transactions, 112(2), pp.240-245, ISSN: 0001-2505.

Ueda, H, Inoue, Y, Matsudaira, M, Araki, T, Havenith, G (2006) Regional microclimate humidity of clothing during light work as a result of the interaction between local sweat production and ventilation, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 18(4), pp.225-234.

Jay, O and Havenith, G (2006) Differences in finger skin contact cooling response between an arterial occlusion and a vasodilated condition, Journal of Applied Physiology, 100, pp.1596-1601.

DeGroot, DW, Havenith, G, Larry Kenney, W (2006) Responses to mild cold stress are predicted by different individual characteristics in young and older subjects, Journal of Applied Physiology, pp.1607-1615.

Geng, Q, Holmer, I, Den Hartog, EA, Havenith, G, Jay, O, Malchaire, J, Piette, A, Rintamaki, H, Rissanen, S (2006) Temperature Limit Values for Touching Cold Surfaces with the Fingertip, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 50(8), pp.851-862, ISSN: 0003-4878. DOI: 10.1093/annhyg/mel1030.

Fukazawa, T, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2005) Influence of local skin wettedness upon the thermal comfort of the whole body during walking with a normal speed, Japanese Journal of Physiological Anthropology, 10(1), pp.70-73.

Havenith, G and Nilsson, HO (2005) Erratum: Correction of clothing insulation for movement and wind effects, a meta-analysis (European Journal of Applied Physiology (2004) vol. 92 (636-640) 10.1007/s00421-004-1113-6), European Journal of Applied Physiology, 93(4), p.506, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-004-1267-2.

Havenith, G, Den Hartog, E, Heus, R (2004) Moisture accumulation in sleeping bags at -7C and -20C in relation to cover material and method of use, Ergonomics, 47(13), pp.1424-1431.

Jay, O and Havenith, G (2004) Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: an investigation of male and female responses during short-term exposures with a view on hand and finger size., Eur J Appl Physiol, 93(1-2), pp.1-8, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-004-1146-x.

Havenith, G and Nilsson, HO (2004) Correction of clothing insulation for movement and wind effects, a meta-analysis, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 92(6), pp.636-640, ISSN: 1439-6327. DOI: 10.1007/s00421-004-1113-6.

Havenith, G and Heus, R (2004) A Test Battery Related to Ergonomics of Protective Clothing, Applied Ergonomics, 35(1), pp.3-20, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2003.11.001.

Jay, OE and Havenith, G (2004) Skin Cooling on Contact with Cold Materials: The Effect of Blood Flow During Short-Term Exposures, Annals of Occupational Hygiene Society, 48(2), pp.129-137.

Jay, O and Havenith, G (2004) Finger skin cooling on contact with cold materials: a comparison between male and female responses during short-term exposures, Eur J Appl Physiol, 19, pp.373-381.

Meusel, D, Menne, B, Kirch, W, Bertollini, R, Havenith, CGG (2004) Public health responses to extreme weather and climate events - a brief summary of the WHO meeting on this topic in Bratislava on 9-10 February 2004, Journal of Public Health, 12, pp.371-381.

Erlandson, T, Cena, K, De Dere, R, Havenith, G (2003) Environmental and Human Factors Influencing Thermal Comfort of Office Occupants in Hot-Humid and Hot-Arid Climates, Ergonomics, 46(6), pp.616-628, ISSN: 0014-0139.

Bouskill, LM, Havenith, G, Kuklane, K, Parsons, KC, Withey, WR (2002) Relationship Between Clothing Ventilation and Thermal Insulation, American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 63(3), pp.262-268, ISSN: 1545-9624. DOI: 10.1080/15428110208984712.

Havenith, G (2002) Clothing and Thermoregulation, Allergologie, 25(3), p.177, ISSN: 0344-5062.

Malchaire, J, Geng, Q, Den Hartog, E, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Piette, A, Powell, SL, Rintamaki, H, Rissanen, S (2002) Temperature Limit Values for Gripping Cold Surfaces, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 46(2), pp.157-163, ISSN: 0003-4878. DOI: 10.1093/annhyg/mef032.

Malchaire, J, Kampmann, B, Mehnert, P, Gebhardt, H, Piette, A, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC, Alfano, G, Griefahn, B (2002) Assessment of the Risk of Heat Disorders Encountered During Work in Hot Conditions, International Archive of Occupational and Environmental Health, 75, pp.153-162.

Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC (2002) Personal Factors in Thermal Comfort Assessment: Clothing Properties and Metabolic Heat Production, Energy and Buildings, 34, pp.581-591.

Havenith, G (2002) Moisture Accumulation in Sleeping Bags at Subzero Temperatures - Effect of Semipermeable and Impermeable Covers, Textile Research Journal, 72(4), pp.281-284, ISSN: 0040-5175.

Havenith, G (2002) Interaction of Clothing and Thermoregulation, Exogenous Dermatology, 1, pp.221-230, ISSN: 1424-4616.

Havenith, G (2001) Temperature Regulation and Technology, Gerontechjournal.net, 1(1), pp.41-49.

Havenith, G (2001) Individualized Model of Human Thermoregulation for the Simulation of Heat Stress Response, Journal of Applied Physiology, 90(5), pp.1943-1954, ISSN: 8750-7587.

Malchaire, J, Piette, A, Kampmann, B, Mehnerts, P, Gebhardt, H, Havenith, G, Den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC, Alfano, G, Griefahn, B (2001) Development and Validation of the Predicted Heat Strain Model, The Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 45(2), pp.123-135, ISSN: 0003-4878. DOI: 10.1016/S0003-4878(00)00030-2.

Havenith, G (2001) Human Surface to Mass Ratio and Body Core Temperature in Exercise Heat Stress - A Concept Revisited, Journal of Thermal Biology, 26, pp.387-393, ISSN: 0306-4565.

Malchaire, J, Kampmann, B, Mehnert, P, Gebhardt, H, Piette, A, Havenith, G, Den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC, Alfano, G, Griefahn, B (2001) Evaluation du Risque de Contrainte Thermique lors du Travail en Ambiances Chaudes, Medicine du Travail and Ergonomie, 38(3), pp.101-112.

Malchaire, J, Kampmann, B, Havenith, G, Mehnert, P, Gebhardt, HJ (2000) Criteria for Estimating acceptable Exposure Times in Hot Working Environments: A Review, International Archive Occupational Environmental Health, 73, pp.215-220, ISSN: 0340-0131.

Kuklane, K, Holmer, I, Havenith, G (2000) Validation of a Model for Prediction of Skin Temperatures in Footwear, Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science, 19(1), pp.29-34.

Parsons, KC, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Nilsson, H, Malchaire, J (1999) The Effects of Wind and Human Movement on the Heat and Vapour Transfer Properties of Clothing, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 43(5), pp.347-352, ISSN: 0003-4878.

Holmer, I, Nilsson, H, Havenith, G, Parsons, KC (1999) Clothing Convective Heat Exchange - Proposal for improved Prediction in Standards and Models, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 43(5), pp.329-337, ISSN: 0003-4878.

Havenith, G (1999) Heat Balance When Wearing Protective Clothing, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 43(5), pp.289-296, ISSN: 0003-4878.

Inoue, Y, Havenith, G, Kenney, WL, Loomis, JL, Buskirk, ER (1999) Exercise and Methylcholine-induced Sweating Responses in Older and Younger Men: Effect of Heat Acclimatisation and Aerobic Fitness, International Journal of Biometeorology, 42, pp.210-216.

Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Den Hartog, EA, Parsons, KC (1999) Clothing Evaporative Heat Resistance-Proposal for Improved Representation in Standards and Models, Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 43(5), pp.339-346, ISSN: 0003-4878.

Havenith, G, Coenen, JML, Kistemaker, L, Kenney, WL (1998) Relevance of Individual Characteristics for Human Heat Stress Response is Dependent on Exercise Intensity and Climate Type, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 77, pp.231-241, ISSN: 0301-5548.

Heus, R, Wertheim, AH, Havenith, G (1998) Human Energy Expenditure When Walking on a Moving Platform, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 77, pp.388-394.

Havenith, G (1996) Atlanta 1996, practical guidelines for exercise in the heat, Geneeskunde en sport, 29, pp.16-21.

Havenith, G (1996) Another hot summer? Richting Sport-Gericht, 50, pp.269-274.

Havenith, G (1996) Individual differences in body core temperature response in relation to type of climate and workload, Journal sports science, 14, p.365.

LOTENS, WA and HAVENITH, G (1995) EFFECTS OF MOISTURE ABSORPTION IN CLOTHING ON THE HUMAN HEAT-BALANCE, ERGONOMICS, 38(6), pp.1092-1113, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139508925176.

LOTENS, WA, VANDELINDE, FJG, HAVENITH, G (1995) EFFECTS OF CONDENSATION IN CLOTHING ON HEAT-TRANSFER, ERGONOMICS, 38(6), pp.1114-1131, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139508925177.

HAVENITH, G, LUTTIKHOLT, GM, VRIJKOTTE, TGM (1995) THE RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF BODY CHARACTERISTICS ON HUMID HEAT-STRESS RESPONSE, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 70(3), pp.270-279, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/BF00238575.

HEUS, R, DAANEN, HAM, HAVENITH, G (1995) PHYSIOLOGICAL CRITERIA FOR FUNCTIONING OF HANDS IN THE COLD - A REVIEW, APPLIED ERGONOMICS, 26(1), pp.5-13, ISSN: 0003-6870. DOI: 10.1016/0003-6870(94)00004-I.

HAVENITH, G, INOUE, Y, LUTTIKHOLT, V, KENNEY, WL (1995) AGE PREDICTS CARDIOVASCULAR, BUT NOT THERMOREGULATORY, RESPONSES TO HUMID HEAT-STRESS, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY AND OCCUPATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY, 70(1), pp.88-96, ISSN: 0301-5548. DOI: 10.1007/BF00601814.

Havenith, G, Heus, R, Daanen, HA (1995) The hand in the cold, performance and risk, Arctic medical research, 54 Suppl 2, pp.37-47, ISSN: 0782-226X.

Havenith, G and Vrijkotte, TGM (1994) Application of heat stress indices on military tasks, Nederlands tijdschrift voor militaire geneeskunde, 47, pp.181-212.

KENNEY, WL, MIKITA, DJ, HAVENITH, G, PUHL, SM, CROSBY, P (1993) SIMULTANEOUS DERIVATION OF CLOTHING-SPECIFIC HEAT-EXCHANGE COEFFICIENTS, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 25(2), pp.283-289, ISSN: 0195-9131.

HAVENITH, G, VANDELINDE, EJG, HEUS, R (1992) PAIN, THERMAL SENSATION AND COOLING RATES OF HANDS WHILE TOUCHING COLD MATERIALS, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY AND OCCUPATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY, 65(1), pp.43-51, ISSN: 0301-5548. DOI: 10.1007/BF01466273.

LOTENS, WA and HAVENITH, G (1991) CALCULATION OF CLOTHING INSULATION AND VAPOR RESISTANCE, ERGONOMICS, 34(2), pp.233-254, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139108967309.

HAVENITH, G and VANMIDDENDORP, H (1990) THE RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL-FITNESS, ACCLIMATIZATION STATE, ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURES AND GENDER ON INDIVIDUAL REACTIONS TO HEAT-STRESS, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 61(5-6), pp.419-427, ISSN: 1439-6319. DOI: 10.1007/BF00236062.

HAVENITH, G, HEUS, R, LOTENS, WA (1990) CLOTHING VENTILATION, VAPOR RESISTANCE AND PERMEABILITY INDEX - CHANGES DUE TO POSTURE, MOVEMENT AND WIND, ERGONOMICS, 33(8), pp.989-1005, ISSN: 0014-0139. DOI: 10.1080/00140139008925308.

HAVINITH, G (1990)Ergonomics, 33, pp.67-84.

Havenith, G (1987) Physiological parameters in heat tolerance, Netherlands Journal of Military Medicine (Nederlands militair geneeskundig tijdschrift), 40(6), pp.231-233.



Conferences

Foster, J, Smallcombe, J, Hodder, S, Jay, O, Flouris, A, Havenith, G (2019) A New Paradigm To Quantify The Reduction Of Physical Work Capacity In The Heat.. In ACSM, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, orlando, pp.15-15, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000560530.50316.94.

Smith, CJ and Havenith, G (2018) Body Sweat Mapping of Untrained Males during Exercise-Induced Hyperthermia. In ACSM annual conference, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, Minneapolis, pp.620-621.

Lloyd, A, Raccuglia, G, Grainger, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) The effect of winter clothing ensembles and hypoxia on performance and exercise-related sensations during uphill walking: A combined and individual stressors approach [Abstract]. In , San Diego, pp.5-909, DOI: 10.1096/fasebj.2018.32.1_supplement.909.5.

Lawes, M, Raccuglia, G, O'Keeffe, K, Havenith, G, Lloyd, A (2018) The effect of cognitive fatigue and hypoxia on repeated arm bike sprint performance: a combined and individual stressors approach [abstract]. In , San Diego, California, pp.4-909, DOI: 10.1096/fasebj.2018.32.1_supplement.909.4.

Arnold, J, O'Keeffe, K, Raccuglia, G, McDaniel, C, Hodder, S, Havenith, G, Lloyd, A (2018) A preliminary investigation into the effect of nauseogenic vection and whole-body heating on motion sickness severity: a combined and individual stressors approach [Abstract]. In , San Diego.

Raccuglia, M, Heyde, C, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) Measuring garment spatial sweat absorption: Gravimetric and infrared approach [Abstract]. In , Porto, Portugal.

West, A, Tarrier, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) Sweat distribution and perceived wetness across the human foot [Abstract]. In , Porto, Portugal.

West, A, Schonfisch, D, Picard, A, Tarrier, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2018) Shoe microclimate: An objective characterisation and subjective evaluation [conference abstract]. In , Spilt, Croatia.

Smallcombe, J, Foster, J, Hodder, S, Jay, OE, Flouris, A, Griggs, KE, Dorman, LE, Havenith, G (2018) Impact of fan use on physical work capacity in extreme heat. In , Split, Croatia.

Foster, J, Smallcombe, J, Hodder, S, Jay, OE, Flouris, A, Griggs, KE, Dorman, LE, Havenith, G (2018) Assessing physical work capacity and performance loss during heat stress using a cardiovascular strain limit model. In , Split, Croatia.

Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Human Wetness Perception: From Skin To Clothing. In ACSM annual conference, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, San Diego, pp.511-511, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000518305.87341.72.

Raccuglia, M, Havenith, G, Heyde, C, Hodder, S (2017) Comfort in clothing – Determining the critical factors. In , Salerno, Italy.

Raccuglia, M, Heyde, C, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) T-shirt sweat absorption mapping [Abstract]. In , Kobe, Japan, pp.183-183.

Coull, N, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Thermal sensitivity to a warm and a cold stimulus: An age comparison. In , Kobe, Japan, pp.61-61.

Coull, N, West, A, Wheeler, P, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Regional sweat distribution in young and older individuals. In , Kobe, Japan, pp.156-156.

West, A, Tarrier, J, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) Sweat distribution and perceived wetness across the human foot [Abstract]. In , Kobe, Japan.

Faulkner, S, Jackson, S, McDaid, K, Havenith, G, Leicht, CA (2016) Passive heating as an option for improving glucose control: Take a bath!: 1897 Board #49 June 2, 3: 30 pm - 5: 00 pm. In American College of Sports Medicine, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Boston, pp.522-522.

Smith, C and Havenith, G (2016) Body sweat mapping Of male athletes following acclimation to a hot-dry environment: 660 June 1, 2: 30 PM - 2: 45 PM. In American College of Sports Medicine, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Boston, pp.173-174.

Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) Humans’ moisture perception of textiles materials under static contact with the skin [Abstract]. In , San Diego, CA, USA.

Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) Fabric water absorption & wetness perception [Abstract]. In , Izmir, Turkey.

Raccuglia, M, Pistak, K, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) Human wetness perception of textile materials under dynamic skin contact. In , Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Coull, N, McKendrick, H, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) Human thermal sensitivity: A methodological comparison. In , Lljubjana, Slovenia.

Lloyd, A, Raccuglia, M, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) The interaction between temperature and hypoxia on the rate of neuromuscular fatigue development. In , San Diego, California. DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000466118.29837.67.

Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Raccuglia, M, Qiu, Y, Havenith, G (2015) The interaction between cooling and hypoxia on the rate of peripheral and central fatigue development of the knee extensors. In , Portsmouth, UK.

Broekhuijzen, I, Hodder, S, Hupperets, M, Havenith, G (2015) Investigating the lower ambient temperature threshold for pre-cooling to be beneficial for athletic performance. In , Portsmouth. DOI: 10.1186/2046-7648-4-S1-A2.

Raccuglia, M, Lloyd, A, Filingeri, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) The use of optimised heating trousers and the role of the blood flow on the reduction in muscle temperature post warm up. In , Portsmouth, UK.

Filingeri, D, Fournet, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2015) Sweat-induced skin wetness perception can be significantly manipulated independently of the level of physical skin wetness [Abstract]. In , Boston, MA.

Havenith, G (2015) Energy savings and thermal comfort optimization in office cubicle environment: Discussion. In , ASHRAE Conference-Papers, p.240.

Akbari, H, Havenith, G, Al-Sahhaf, A (2015) A database of static clothing thermal insulation and vapor permeability values of non-western ensembles for use in ASHRAE Standard 55, ISO 7730, and ISO 9920: Discussion. In , p.215, ISBN: 9781936504961.

Lloyd, A, Hodder, SG, Faulkner, S, Fry, A, Havenith, G (2014) Muscle Temperature Limits Isometric Endurance Via Sensory Feedback-mediated Central Fatigue. In , Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, pp.180-180, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000493719.06996.9b.

Havenith, G, Richmond, VL, Davey, S, Griggs, K, Rayson, MP (2014) Prediction Of Rectal Temperature From Non-invasive Variables. In , Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, pp.186-186, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000493737.77394.e8.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Body Mapping Of Thermal Sensitivity To Skin Wetness Across The Torso. In , Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, pp.310-310, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000494122.13332.04.

Buehler, A, Walliser, C, Haas, J, Kraus, JM, Filingeri, D, Havenith, G, Kestler, HA, Milner, JD, Gierschik, P (2014) Cool-temperature-mediated activation of phospholipase C-gamma 2 in PLAID, a novel form of human hereditary antibody deficiency and immune dysregulation. In , NAUNYN-SCHMIEDEBERGS ARCHIVES OF PHARMACOLOGY, pp.S5-S6.

Kuklane, K, Lundgren, K, Kjellstrom, T, Venugopal, V, Fan, J, Havenith, G (2014) Insulation of traditional Indian clothing: estimation of climate change impact on productivity from phs (predicted heat strain) model. In , Lund University, Sweden, pp.234-244, ISBN: 978-91-7623-005-3.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Body mapping of thermal sensitivity to skin wetness across the torso. In , Orlando, FL, USA, p.310, DOI: 10.1249/01.mss.0000451162.51565.6b.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Regional differences in the cutaneous thermal sensitivity to wetness across the torso. In , San Diego, CA, USA, p.10.

Havenith, G, Richmond, V, Davey, S, Griggs, K, Rayson, M (2014) Prediction Of Rectal Temperature From Non-invasive Variables;. In ACSM annual conference 2014, Med Sci Sports Exerc, Orlando, pp.145-145.

Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Faulkner, S, Fry, A, Havenith, G (2014) Muscle temperature limits isometric endurance via sensory feedback-mediated central fatigue [Abstract]. In , Orlando, Florida, pp.180-180.

Lloyd, A, Bowler, N, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) Muscle temperature, exercise perception and central fatigue. In , Skukuza, Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Raccuglia, M, Filingeri, D, Lloyd, A, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2014) The effect of blood flow occlusion and of heating lower and/or upper leg on the post warm up decline in muscle temperature. In , Skukuza, Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2013) The role of thermal and touch sense in the perception of skin wetness at rest and during exercise in different environments. In Balagué, N, Torrents, C, Vilanova, A, Cadefau, J, Tarragó, R, Tsolakidis, E (ed) 18th annual Congress of the EUROPEAN COLLEGE OF SPORT SCIENCE, Barcelona – Spain, pp.26-27, ISBN: 978-84-695-7786-8.

Lloyd, A, Havenith, G, Hodder, S (2013) The effects of combined arterial de-oxygenation and systemic cooling on the rate of muscular fatigue development. In Cotter, JD, Lucas, SJE, Mundel, T (ed) 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown (NZ), February 11-15th, 2013, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.186-187, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Fournet, D, Griggs, K, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2013) SEX DIFFERENCES IN THERMAL STRAIN INDUCED BY A TYPICAL HIKING SCENARIO IN A COOL ENVIRONMENT. In Environmental Ergonomics XV, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.200-201.

Fournet, D, Griggs, K, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2013) DIFFERENT PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES BUT SIMILAR THERMAL PERCEPTIONS FOR MALES WITH VARIOUS BODY FATNESS DURING COLD AIR EXPOSURE. In Cotter, JD, Lucas, SJE, Mundel, T (ed) International Conference of Environmental Ergonomics, pp.176-178, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Faulkner, S, Ferguson, R, Hodder, S, Hupperetz, M, Havenith, G (2013) EFFECT OF COMBINATIONS OF PASSIVE AND ACTIVE WARMING ON MUSCLE TEMPERATURE AND SPRINT PERFORMANCE. In International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.111-112, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Gerrett, N, Griggs, K, Havenith, G (2013) THE PRODUCTION OF SWEAT AS MEASURED BY GALVANIC SKIN CONDUCTANCE, EPIDERMAL HYDRATION AND REGIONAL SWEAT RATE. In International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.222-222, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Davey, S, Richmond, V, Griggs, K, Gerrett, N, Havenith, G (2013) THE USE OF NON-INVASIVE MEASURES TO PREDICT THERMAL STRAIN: HOW ACCURATE ARE UNIVERSAL MODELS?. In International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics XV, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.266-267.

Daanen, HAM, Havenith, G, Buhler, M, Wypkema, A, Cheung, S (2013) ENDOTHERMIC SALTS INTEGRATED IN IMPERMEABLE SUITS DO NOT REDUCE HEAT STRAIN DURING EXERCISE. In International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.292-295, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Havenith, G, Gerrett, N, Faulkner, SH, Ouzzahra, Y, Filingeri, D (2013) Assessing the lower temperature limit for comfort in footwear. In Cotter, JD, Lucas, SJE, Mundel, T (ed) 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2013, Queenstown, New Zealand, pp.238-239, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2013) Individual ability to discriminate between wetness and dryness during short contacts with a warm surface. In Cotter, JD, Lucas, SJE, Mundel, T (ed) 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2013, Queenstown, New Zealand, p.180, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Filingeri, D, Redortier, B, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2013) The role of decreasing contact temperatures in the perception of wetness on the skin. In Cotter, JD, Lucas, SJE, Mundel, T (ed) 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2013, Queenstown, New Zealand, p.174, ISBN: 978-0-473-22438-7.

Evans, M, Cook, S, Frampton, R, Havenith, G, Marshall, R (2013) Breaking out of the academy: case studies in the impact of academic design research. In , Tokyo.

Fukazawa, T and Havenith, G (2012) Ethnic differences in thermal responses and comfort sensation between Japanese and Caucasian young males under a temperate environment. In 36th Symposium on Human-Environment System, Nagoya, pp.165-168.

Filingeri, D, Gerrett, N, Hodder, S, Redortier, B, Havenith, G (2012) Female skin conductance and regional differences in thermal sudomotor activity at rest and during exercise in different environments. In SISMES 2012, Sports science for health, Palermo, pp.52-52, DOI: 10.1007/s11332-012-0030-z.

Havenith, G (2012) Thermal aspects of (sports) clothing. In Sismes, Sports Scineces for Health, vol 8, suppl. 1, oct 2012, Palermo, pp.51-51.

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Smith, C and Havenith, G (2011) Body mapping of sweating patterns in trained and untrained males in mild exercise induced hyperthermia. In Kounalakis, SN and Koskolou, M (ed) Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Greece, pp.32-32, ISBN: 9789604892723.

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Smith, C, Dovey, J, Havenith, G (2011) Wind direction does not change the anterior‐posterior torso sweat distribution. In Kounalakis, SN and Koskolou, M (ed) Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Greece, pp.52-52, ISBN: 978-960-489-272-3.

Yacine, O, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2011) Regional variations in sensitivity to cold at rest and during exercise. In Kounalakis, SN and Koskolou, M (ed) Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Greece, pp.55-55, ISBN: 978-960-489-272-3.

Havenith, G (2011) Innovative textile‐handle with care. In Kounalakis, SN and Koskolou, M (ed) Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Greece, pp.83-83, ISBN: 978-960-489-272-3.

Fiala, D and Havenith, G (2011) Models for engineering applications. In Kounalakis, SN and Koskolou, M (ed) Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Greece, pp.98-98, ISBN: 978-960-489-272-3.

Kampmann, B, Brode, P, Jendritzky, G, Fiala, D, Havenith, G (2011) The universal thermal climate index UTCI for assessing the outdoor thermal environment. In Yokoyama, SE (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Human-Environment System, 3-6 October, ICHES 2011, Sapporo, Japan, pp.751-756.

Satsumoto, Y, Takeuchi, M, Havenith, G (2011) The effect of size factor of leather shoes on ventilation rate in shoes. In Yokoyama, SE (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Human-Environment System, 3-6 October, ICHES 2011, Sapporo, Japan, pp.499-504.

Gerrett, N, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2011) Differences in females' regional thermal comfort during exercise in warm conditions. In Yokoyama, SE (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Human-Environment System, 3-6 October, ICHES 2011, Sapporo, Japan, pp.235-240.

Ouzzahra, Y, Redortier, B, Voelcker, T, Havenith, G (2011) Upper and lower body sensitivity to cold at rest and during exercise. In Yokoyama, SE (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Human-Environment System, 3-6 October, ICHES 2011, Sapporo, Japan, pp.169-173.

Smith, CJ and Havenith, G (2011) Sweat mapping in humans and applications for clothing design. In Yokoyama, SE (ed) The Fourth International Conference on Human-Environment System, 3-6 October, ICHES 2011, Sapporo, Japan, pp.782-787.

Satsumoto, Y, Takeuchi, M, Havenith, G (2011) P1-34 The effect of size factor of leather shoes on ventilation rate in shoes :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Nicola, G, Bernard, R, Thomas, V, George, H (2011) O10-3 Differences in females' regional thermal comfort during exercise in warm conditions :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

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Smith, C and Havenith, G (2011) S5-1 Regional Sweat Mapping in Humans and Applications for Clothing Design :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

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Brode, P, Jendritzky, G, Fiala, D, Havenith, G (2010) The Universal Thermal Climate Index UTCI in operational use. In Proceedings of Conference 'Adapting to Change: New Thinking on Comfort', 9-11 April 2010. Network for Comfort and Energy Use in Buildings [NCEUB], Adapting to Change: New Thinking on Comfort, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, London, UK, pp.1-6.

Havenith, G (2010) Benchmarking Functionality of Historical Cold Weather Clothing: Robert F. Scott, Roald Amundsen, George Mallory. In Li, Y, Qui, YP, Luo, XN, Li, JS (ed) 3rd International Symposium of Textile Bioengineering and Informatics, TEXTILE BIOENGINEERING AND INFORMATICS SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS, VOLS 1-3, Coll Textiles, Shanghai, PEOPLES R CHINA, pp.1204-1212, DOI: 10.3993/tbis2010214.

Wang, F-M, Kuklane, K, Gao, C-S, Holmer, I, Havenith, G (2010) Development and Validation of an Empirical Equation to Predict Sweating Skin Surface Temperature for Thermal Manikins. In Li, Y, Qui, YP, Luo, XN, Li, JS (ed) 3rd International Symposium of Textile Bioengineering and Informatics, TEXTILE BIOENGINEERING AND INFORMATICS SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS, VOLS 1-3, Coll Textiles, Shanghai, PEOPLES R CHINA, pp.1213-1218, DOI: 10.3993/tbis2010215.

Kampmann, B, Brode, P, Fiala, D, Ilmarinen, R, Havenith, G, Jendritzky, G (2009) Validierung der Vorhersagen eines thermophysiologischen Simulationsmodells der menschlichen Beanspruchung als Funktion von Hitze und Feuchte. In 55 Kongress der Gesellschaft fur Arbeitswissenschaft, Arbeit, Beschaftigungsfahigkeit und Produktivitat im 21. Jahrhundert, Technische Universitat Dortmund, pp.709-712.

Brode, P, Fiala, D, Kampmann, B, Havenith, G, Jendritzky, G (2009) Der Klimaindex UTCI - Multivariate Analyse der Reaktion eines thermophysiologischen Similationsmodells. In 55. Kongress der Gesellschaft fur Arbeitswissenschaft, Arbeit, Beschaftigungsfahigkeit und Producktivitat im 21. Jahrhundert, Technische Universitat Dortmund, pp.705-708.

Havenith, G, Brode, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Kuklane, K, Meinander, H, Nockler, W, Richards, M, Wang, X (2009) Evaporative cooling in protective clothing: efficiency in relation to distance from skin. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2-7 August, ICEE 2009, Boston, USA, pp.20-25, ISBN: 978-1-74128-178-1.

Brode, P, Fiala, D, Blazejczyk, K, Holmer, I, Jendritzky, G, Kampmann, B, Richards, M, Rintamaki, H, Shitzer, A, Havenith, G (2009) Calculating UTCI equivalent temperature. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2-7 August, ICEE 2009, Boston, USA, pp.49-54, ISBN: 978-1-74128-178-1.

Dai, X and Havenith, G (2009) Effect of clothing ventilation on thermal insulation and vapor resistance. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2-7 August, ICEE 2009, Boston, USA, pp.83-88, ISBN: 978-1-74128-178-1.

Brode, P, Kuklane, K, Havenith, G (2009) A thermal manikin study on the heat gain from infrared radiation with wet clothing. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2-7 August, ICEE 2009, Boston, USA, pp.290-295, ISBN: 978-1-74128-178-1.

Smith, C and Havenith, G (2009) Body mapping of sweating in male athletes. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, 2-7 August, ICEE 2009, Boston, USA, pp.482-487, ISBN: 978-1-74128-178-1.

Satsumoto, Y and Havenith, G (2009) C-5 Evaluation of ventilation in diapers. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集, pp.37-40.

Havenith, G and Richards, M (2008) Use of Clothing Vapour Resistance Values Derived From Manikin Mass Losses or Isothermal Heat Losses May Cause Severe Under and Over Estimation of Heat Stress. In Seventh International Meeting on Manikins and Modelling, 713M, University of Coimbra - Portugal, pp.20-21.

Havenith, G, Smith, CJ, Fukazawa, T (2008) The Skin Interface - Meeting Point of Physiology and Clothing Science. In Li, Y and Luo, X (ed) Textile Bioengineering and Informatics Symposium Proceedings, Hong Kong, pp.755-760.

Richards, M, Rossi, R, Meinander, H, Broede, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Nocker, W, Havenith, G (2008) Dry and Wet Heat Transfer Through Clothing Dependant on the Clothing Properties Under Cold Conditions. In , International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, pp.69-76.

Kuklane, K, Gao, C, Holmer, I, Broede, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M, Havenith, G (2007) Measuring clothing insulation: analysis of human data based on manikin tests. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.434-437, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Jendritzky, G, Havenith, G, Weihs, P, Batchvarova, E, DeDear, R (2007) The universal thermal climate index UTCI goal and state of cost action 730. In Mekjavic, IB, kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.509-512, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Richards, M and Havenith, G (2007) Progress towards the final UTCI model. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.521-524, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Havenith, G and Dorman, L (2007) Race to the South Pole - Scott and Amundsen's clothing revisited. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.150-152.

Den Hartog, EA, Broede, P, Candas, V, Havenith, G (2007) Effect of clothing insulation on attenuation of radiative heat gain. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.157-158.

Kuklane, K, Gao, C, Holmer, I, Broede, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M, Havenith, G (2007) Physiological Responses at 10 and 25 degrees C in wet and dry underwear in permiable and impermiable coveralls. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.169-172.

Dorman, L and Havenith, G (2007) Protective clothing and it's effects on range of movement. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.212-219, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Fukazawa, T, den Hartog, E, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2007) Temperature distribution of the protective clothing system during exposure to solar and infared radiations. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.220-222, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Fukazawa, T, den Hartog, E, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2007) Heat and water vapour transfer from wet underwear in the protective clothing system under solar radiation. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.223-226, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Havenith, G, Fogarty, A, Bartlett, R, Smith, C, Ventenat, V (2007) Upper body sweat distribution during and after a 60 minute training run in male and female runners. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.270-271, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Fogarty, A, Bartlett, R, Ventenat, V, Havenith, G (2007) Regional foot sweat rates during a 65 minute uphill walk with a backpack. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.283-284, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Smith, C, Ventenat, V, Havenith, G (2007) Regional sweat rates of the arms and hands in male squash players. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, piran, Slovenia, pp.285-288, ISBN: 9789619054512.

Fukazawa, T, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2007) Relation between thermal comfort limit of the whole body and local heat and water vapour transfer. In Mekjavic, IB, Kounalakis, SN, Taylor, NAS (ed) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Piran, Slovenia, pp.371-374, ISBN: 9789619054512.

HAVENITH, G, WANG, X, RICHARDS, M, CANDAS, V, MEINANDER, H, Broede, P, Candas, V, den, HE, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M (2007) S07-4 Apparent and Real Cooling Efficiency of Moisture Evaporation from the Skin while wearing Protective Clothing(Proceedings of The 8th International Congress of Physiological Anthropology) :. In , Journal of physiological anthropology, pp.272-273.

Havenith, G, Wang, X, Richards, M, Brode, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W (2006) Evaporative Cooling in Protective Clothing. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC), Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

van Es, EM, den Hartog, EA, Broede, P, Candas, V, Heus, R, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M (2006) Effects of Short Wave radiation and Radiation Area on Human Heat Strain in Reflective and Non- Reflective Protective Clothing. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC), Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

Dorman, L, Havenith, G, Brode, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M (2006) Modelling the Metabolic Effects of Protective Clothing. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC), Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

Gao, C, Holmer, I, Fan, J, Wan, X, Wu, JYS, Havenith, G (2006) The Comparison of Thermal Properties of Protective Clothing Using Dry and Swating Manikins. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing, Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

Brode, P, Candas, V, Kuklane, K, den Hartog, E, Havenith, G, Brode, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Nocker, W, Richards, M (2006) Effects of Heat Radiation on the Heat Exchange with Protective Clothing - A Thermal Manikin Study. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC), Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

Kuklane, K, Gao, C, Holmer, I, Broede, P, Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2006) Effects of Natural Solar Radiation on Manikin Heat Exchange. In 3rd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC), Central Institute for Labour Protection - National Research Institute, Poland, ? ISBN: 83-7373-097-4.

Havenith, G, Wang, X, den Hartog, VE, Griefahn, B, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) Interaction Effects of Radiation and Convection measured by a Thermal Manikin wearing Protective Clothing with Different Radiant Properties. In The Third International Conference on Human-Environmental System ICHES 05, Tokyo, Japan, pp.47-50.

Dorman, L and Havenith, G (2005) The Influence of Clothing weight and Bulk on Metabolic Rate When wearing Protective Clothing. In The Third International Conference on Human-Environmental System ICHES' 05, Tokyo, Japan, pp.439-443.

Fukazawa, T, den Hartog, EA, Daanen, HAM, Penders van Elk, N, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2005) Radiant Heat Transfer Network in the Simulated Protective Clothing System under High Heat Flux. In The Third International Conference on Human-Environment System ICHES' 05, Tokyo, Japan, pp.435-438.

Candas, V, den Hartog, E, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) Comparisons of Radiation and Air Velocity Effects as Measured on Two Different Manikins. In The Third International Conference on Human-Environmental System ICHES' 05, Tokyo, Japan, p.2.

Khan, AS, Brooke Wavell, K, Havenith, G (2005) Do axial transmission ultrasound measurements of bone differ according to ambient temperature?. In 27th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, Nashville, TN, S121.

Havenith, G (2005) Clothing Heat Exchange Models for Research and Application. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, Environmental Ergonomics XI, Ystad, Sweden, pp.66-73.

Brode, P, Kuklane, K, den Hartog, E, Havenith, G (2005) Infrared Radiation Effects on Heat Loss Measured by a Thermal Manikin Wearing Protective Clothing. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, Environmental Ergonomics XI, Ystad, Sweden, pp.74-79.

Dorman, L and Havenith, G (2005) The Effects of Protective Clothing on Metabolic Rate. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, Environmental Ergonomics XI, Ystad, Sweden, pp.82-85.

Ueda, H, Inoue, Y, Havenith, G (2005) The Influence of a Back Opening on Clothing Ventilation in Rainwear. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference, Environmental Ergonomics XI, Ystad, Sweden, pp.411-414.

Havenith, G and Heus, R (2005) Ergonomical Properties of Fire Fighter Clothing: Assessment Using Human Subject Testing. In Fourth NRIFD Symposium, International Symposium on Protective cothing for Firefighting Activity, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan, pp.17-23.

Fukazawa, T, den Hartog, EA, Daanen, HAM, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2005) Water Vapour transfer in the Simulated Protective Clothing System with Exposure to intensive Solar Radiation. In The Third International Conference on Human-Environment System ICHES' 05, Tokyo, Japan, pp.202-205.

Jendritzky, G, Havenith, G, Weihs, P, Batchvarova, E (2005) Cost Action 730 on the Universal Thermal Climate Index UTCI. In Dienst Offenbach, (ed) Proceedings International Society for Biometeorology, Annalen der Meteorologie, Garmisch, Germany, pp.309-312.

Jendritzky, G and Havenith, G (2005) The Thermal Environment of the Human Being - A subjective retrospection on methodologies. In 17th International Congress of Biometeorology ICB 2005, Offenbach am Main, pp.259-262.

Havenith, G (2005) Temperature regulation, heat balance and climatic stress. In Kirch, W, Menne, B, Bertollini, R (ed) 4th Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, Extreme Weather Events and Public Health Responses, Budapest, HUNGARY, pp.69-80, ISBN: 3-540-24417-4. DOI: 10.1007/3-540-28862-7_7.

FUKAZAWA, T, TOCHIHARA, Y, HAVENITH, G (2005) P-6 Influence of Local Skin Wettedness upon the Thermal Comfort of the Whole Body during Walking with a Normal Speed(Proceedings of the 53rd Meeting of Japan Society of Physiological Anthropology) :. In , Journal of physiological anthropology and applied human science, pp.566-567.

深沢, 太, den, HEA, Daanen, HAM, 栃原, 裕, Havenith, G (2005) S-806 高熱源暴露時の防護服着衣システムにおける熱・水分移動(Session8 衣服の熱特性評価 Evaluation on Thermal Properties od Clothing). In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Dorman, L and Havenith, G (2005) P-709 防護服着用時の代謝量に対する着衣の重量とかさの影響(Session7 (Poster Session2). In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

深沢, 太, den, HEA, Daanen, HAM, Penders-vanElk, N, 栃原, 裕, Havenith, G (2005) P-708 高熱源下での防護服着衣モデル内の放射熱移動(Session7 (Poster Session2). In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Candas, V, Broede, P, Candas, V, den, HE, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) S-103 2つの異なるマネキンで測定した放射と風速の影響の比較(Session1 測定と解析 Measurement and Analysis). In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Havenith, G, Wang, X, Hartog, DE, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) S-101 異なる放射特性を持つ防護服を着用したサーマルマネキン実験による放射と風速の相互影響(Session1 測定と解析 Measurement and Analysis). In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Fukazawa, T, den, HEA, Daanen, HAM, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2005) S-806 Water Vapor Transfer in the Simulated Protective Clothing System with Exposure to Intensive Solar Radiation :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Dorman, L and Havenith, G (2005) P-709 The Influence of Clothing Weight and Bulk on Metabolic Rate when Wearing Protective Clothing :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Fukazawa, T, den, HEA, Daanen, HAM, Penders-vanElk, N, Tochihara, Y, Havenith, G (2005) P-708 Radiant Heat Transfer Network in the Simulated Protective Clothing System under High Heat Flux :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Candas, V, Broede, P, Candas, V, den, HE, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) S-103 Comparisons of Radiation and Air Velocity Effects as Measured on Two Different Manikins :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Havenith, G, Wang, X, Hartog, DE, Griefahn, B, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Meinander, H, Richards, M (2005) S-101 Interaction Effects of Radiation and Convection measured by a Thermal Manikin Wearing Protective Clothing with Different Radiant Properties :. In , 人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集.

Havenith, G and Nilsson, HO (2003) Correction of Clothing Insulation for Movement and Wind Effects, A Meta-Analaysis. In Candas, V and Pellerin, NE (ed) Proceedings of the 5th International Meeting on Thermal Manikin and Modelling, Strasbourg.

Havenith, G (2003) Physiological Aspects of Temperature Regulation in Relation to Morbidity and Mortality in the Heat. In Proceedings of WHO Workshop on "climate Change and Adaptation Strategies for Human Health: Adaptation to Thermal Stress in Europe, Frieburg, Germany, pp.26-27.

Havenith, G, Ueda, H, Sari, H, Inoue, Y (2003) Required Clothing Ventilation for Different Body Regions in Relation to Local Sweat Rates. In Clothing, ESOP (ed) 2nd European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC) and NOKOBETEF 7, Challenges for Protective Clothing, Montreux, Switzerland, pp.1-6.

Powell, SL, Havenith, G, Edwards, JS, Cobb, LJ (2002) The Effects of Skin Blood Flow on Short and Long Term Contact Cooling of the Hand. In Organizing, T and eds, IPCOTTICOEE (ed) The 10th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics X, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.263-266, ISBN: 4 9901358 0 6.

Jay, OE and Havenith, G (2002) Skin Contact With Cold Materials: A Comparison Between the Fingerpad Responses of the Dominant and Non-dominant Hand for Short-Term Exposures. In Organizing, T and eds, IPCOTTICOEE (ed) 10th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics X, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.259-262, ISBN: 4 9901358 0 6.

Havenith, G and Zhang, P (2002) Comparison of Different Tracer Gas Dilution Methods for the Determination of Clothing Ventilation. In Organizing, T and eds, IPCOTTICOEE (ed) The 10th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics X, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.569-572, ISBN: 4 9901358 0 6.

Daanen, H, Hatcher, K, Havenith, G (2002) Determination of Clothing Microclimate Volume. In Organizing, T and eds, IPCOTTICOEE (ed) The 10th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics X, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.665-668, ISBN: 4 9901358 0 6.

Ueda, H and Havenith, G (2002) The Effect of Fabric Air Permeability on Clothing Ventilation. In Organizing, T and Eds, IPCOTTICOEE (ed) 10th international Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics X, Fukuoka, Japan, pp.621-624, ISBN: 4 9901358 0 6.

Havenith, G (2001) Technical Evaluation Report. In Organisation, NAT (ed) RTO Human Factors and Medicine Panel (HFM) Symposium, Blowing hot and Cold: Protecting Against Climatic Extremes, Dresden, Germany, pp.T1-T10, ISBN: 92 837 1082 7.

Havenith, G (2001) Human Surface to Mass Ratio and Heat Stress - A Concept Revisited. In McCance, IE (ed) Proceedings of the Australian Physiological and Pharmacological Society, Wollongong, Australia, p.50.

Havenith, G and Holmer, I (2001) Clothing Evaporative Heat Exchange in Comfort Standards. In Moving Thermal Comfort Standards into the 21st Century, Windsor, UK, pp.315-322, ISBN: 1 873640 33 1.

Holmer, I and Havenith, G (2001) Clothing Convective Heat Exchange and Prediction of Thermal Comfort. In Moving Thermal Comfort Standards into the 21st Century, Windsor, UK, pp.309-314, ISBN: 1 873640 33 1.

Havenith, G (2001) Temperature Regulation in the Elderly, Improving Comfort and Reducing Morbidity and Mortality Using Modern Technology. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Gerontology, Tsukuba, Japan, pp.103-107.

Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC, den Hartog, E, Malchaire, J (2000) Calculation of Dynamic Heat and Vapour Resistance. In Werner, J and Hexamer, ME (ed) 9th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics IX, Dortmund, Germany, pp.125-128, ISBN: 3 8265 7648 9.

Malchaire, J, Piette, A, Kampmann, B, Havenith, G, Mehnert, P, Holmer, I, Gebhardt, H, Griefahn, B, Alfano, G, Parsons, KC (2000) Development and Validation of the Predicted Heat Strain (PHS) Model. In Werner, J and Hexamer, ME (ed) 9th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics IX, Dortmund, Germany, pp.133-136, ISBN: 3 8265 7648 9.

den Hartog, EA and Havenith, G (2000) Modelling of Fingertip Cooling during Contact with Cold Materials. In Werner, J and Hexamer, ME (ed) 9th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics IX, Dortmund, Germany, pp.197-200, ISBN: 3 8265 7648 9.

Powell, S and Havenith, G (2000) The Effects of Cooling on Manual Dexterity and Cooling of the Hand. In Werner, J and Hexamer, ME (ed) 9th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics IX, Dortmund, Germany, pp.205-208, ISBN: 3 8265 7648 9.

Jay, OE and Havenith, G (2000) Skin Contact with Cold Materials: A Comparison Between Male and Female Responses to Short Term Exposure. In Werner, J and Hexamer, ME (ed) 9th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics IX, Dortmund, Germany, pp.185-188, ISBN: 3 8265 7648 9.

Havenith, G and Heus, R (2000) Ergonomics of Protective Clothing. In Kuklane, K and Holmer, IE (ed) Nokobetef 6 and 1st European Conference on Protective Clothing, Ergonomics of Protective Clothing, Stockholm, Sweden, pp.26-29, ISBN: 91 7045 559 7.

Bentley, M, Bouskill, LM, Havenith, G, Withey, RW (2000) Limitations of Using a Single-Exponential Equation for Modelling Clothing Ventilation. In Kuklane, K and Holmer, IE (ed) Nokobetef 6 and 1st European Conference on Protective Clothing, Ergonomics of Protective Clothing, Stockholm, Sweden, pp.21-24, ISBN: 91 7045 559 7.

den Hartog, EA, Holmer, I, Havenith, G, Parsons, KC (1999) Evaluation and Selection of the Clothing: Influence on Convective Heat Transfer. In Malchaire, JE (ed) Biomed Heat Stress Research Project, Evaluation and Control of Warm Working Conditions, Barcelona, pp.22-23.

Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Parsons, KC, den Hartog, EA (1999) Evaluation and Selection of the Clothing: Influence on Evaporation. In Malchaire, JE (ed) Biomed Heat Stress Research Project, Evaluation and Control of Warm Working Conditions, Barcelona, pp.20-21.

den Hartog, EA, Wammes, LJA, Havenith, G (1998) Influence of Air-Permeability of NBC Suits on Vapor Resistance and Evaporation of Sweat. In Hodgdon, A, J, Heaney, H, J, Buono, eds, MJ (ed) Eighth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics VIII, San Diego, U S A, pp.183-186, ISBN: 0 9666953 1 3.

Parsons, KC, Havenith, G, Holmer, I, Nilsson, H, Malchaire, J (1998) A Proposed Method for Quantifying the Effects of Wind and Human Movement on the Thermal and Vapor Transfer Properties of Clothing. In Hodgdon, A, J, Heaney, H, J, Buono, eds, MJ (ed) Eighth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics VIII, San Diego, U S A, pp.287-291, ISBN: 0 9666953 1 3.

Holmer, I, Nilsson, H, Havenith, G, Parsons, KC (1998) Convective Heat Loss Through Clothing. In Hodgdon, A, J, Heaney, H, J, Buono, eds, MJ (ed) Eigthth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics VIII, San Diego, U.S.A, pp.293-297, ISBN: 0 9666953 1 3.

Havenith, G, Holmer, I, den Hartog, EA, Parsons, KC (1998) Representation of the Effects of Movement and Wind on Clothing Vapor Resistance in ISO Standards. In Hodgdon, A, J, Heaney, H, J, Buono, eds, MJ (ed) Eighth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics VIII, San Diego, U.S.A, pp.297-300, ISBN: 0 9666953 1 3.

Kuklane, K, Holmer, I, Havenith, G (1998) A Comparison of Lotens' Foot Model and Data From Subjects: The Use of Boot Insulation Measured With Thermal Foot Model in Calculations. In Hodgdon, A, J, Heaney, H, J, Buono, eds, MJ (ed) Eighth International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Environmental Ergonomics VIII, San Diego, U.S.A, pp.407-410.

Havenith, G (1998) Individual Differences in Human Responses to Heat Stress. In Shibata, M, Iriki, M, Kanosue, K, Inaba, eds, Y (ed) Proceedings of the 1998 International Symposium on Human Biometeorology, Yamanashi, Japan, pp.17-23.

Havenith, G and Heus, R (1997) Moisture Accumulation in Sleeping Bags. In Holmer, I, Kuklane, eds, K (ed) International Symposium, Problems with Cold Work, Stockholm, Sweden, pp.82-85, ISBN: 91 7045 483 3.

Heus, R, Kistemaker, L, Havenith, G (1997) A New Winter Clothing System for Construction Workers. In Holmer, I, Kuklane, K, eds, (ed) International Symposium, Problems with Cold Work, Stockholm, Sweden, pp.89-91, ISBN: 91 7045 483 3.

Havenith, G (1996) Individual differences in body core temperature response in relation to type of climate and workload. In International Conference on Dehydration, Rehydration and Exercise in the Heat, JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCES, NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND, pp.365-365.

KENNEY, WL and HAVENITH, G (1993) HEAT-STRESS AND AGE - SKIN BLOOD-FLOW AND BODY-TEMPERATURE. In International Conference on Human-Environment System, JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY, TOKYO, JAPAN, pp.341-344, DOI: 10.1016/0306-4565(93)90056-Y.

KENNEY, WL and HAVENITH, G (1991) 301A AGING, SKIN BLOOD FLOW, AND HEAT TOLERANCE :. In , 人間-熱環境系シンポジウム報告集, pp.87-90.

HAVENITH, G and VANMIDDENDORP, H (1989) HEAT STRAIN - QUANTIFYING THE EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL PARAMETERS. In MERCER, JM (ed) INTERNATIONAL SATELLITE SYMP TO THE 31ST CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES : THERMAL PHYSIOLOGY, THERMAL PHYSIOLOGY 1989, TROMSO, NORWAY, pp.431-436, ISBN: 0-444-81331-4.

Havenith, G, Heus, R, Lotens, WA (1989) CHANGES IN CLOTHING HEAT AND VAPOUR RESISTANCE DUE TO POSTURE, MOVEMENT AND WIND :. In , 人間-熱環境系シンポジウム報告集, pp.194-197.

DEVRIES, WR, HAVENITH, G, VANDERKOOY, AM, LUIJENDIJK, SCM (1987) RESPONSE OF BREATHING PATTERN TO CO2 BREATHING AND EXERCISE. In , PFLUGERS ARCHIV-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY, pp.S31-S31.



Books

Havenith, G and Daanen, H (2013) Werken onder Warme Omstandigheden, Sdu uitgevers, The Netherlands, ISBN: 9789012579636.



CD Objects

Havenith, G and Nilsson, HO (2003) Correction of Clothing Insulation for Movement and Wind Effects, A Meta-Analaysis,.

Havenith, G, Ueda, H, Sari, H, Inoue, Y (2003) Required Clothing Ventilation for Different Body Regions in Relation to Local Sweat Rates,European Society of Protective Clothing.



Chapters

Filingeri, D and Havenith, G (Accepted for publication) Peripheral and central determinants of skin wetness sensing in humans. In Romanowsky, AA (ed) Thermoregulation Part I From Basic Neuroscience to Clinical Neurology, Elsevier, pp.0-0, ISBN: 9780444639127.

Filingeri, D and Havenith, G (2018) Peripheral and central determinants of skin wetness sensing in humans. In Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Elsevier, pp.83-102, ISBN: 9780444639127. DOI: 10.1016/b978-0-444-63912-7.00005-9.

Filingeri, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2017) The neurophysiology and assessment of human skin wetness perception. In Agache's Measuring the Skin: Non-invasive Investigations, Physiology, Normal Constants: Second Edition, pp.629-655, ISBN: 9783319323817. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32383-1_86.

Gerrett, N, Ouzzahra, Y, Havenith, G (2017) Distribution of skin thermal sensitivity. In Agache's Measuring the Skin: Non-invasive Investigations, Physiology, Normal Constants: Second Edition, pp.1285-1301, ISBN: 9783319323817. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32383-1_72.

Gerrett, N, Ouzzahra, Y, Havenith, G (2017) Distribution of skin thermal sensitivity. In Unknown Parent Title, © Springer, pp.1-17, ISBN: 9783319265940. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-26594-0_72-1.

Fournet, D and Havenith, G (2017) Assessment of sport garments using infrared thermography. In Application of Infrared Thermography in Sports Science, © Springer, pp.159-183, ISBN: 978-3-319-47410-6.

Fiala, D and Havenith, G (2016) Modelling human heat transfer and temperature regulation. In Mechanobiology and Mechanophysiology of Military-Related Injuries; Studies in Mechanobiology, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials, Springer, pp.1-302, ISBN: 9783319330105. DOI: 10.1007/8415_2015_183.

Filingeri, D, Hodder, S, Havenith, G (2016) The neurophysiology and assessment of human skin wetness perception. In Unknown Parent Title, © Springer, pp.1-28, ISBN: 9783319265940. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-26594-0_86-1.

Ueda, H and Havenith, G (2013) "Influences of Clothing". In Inoue, Y and Kondo, N (ed) Body Temperature 2: The human thermoregulation system and its adaptation, Kyomunsa Publishing Co, pp.334-349, ISBN: 978-4-931411-00-5.

Ueda, H and Havenith, G (2011) Chapter 6-V: Thermoregulation system and its adaptive change - influence of clothing. In Inoue, Y, Kondo, Eds, N (ed) Body temperature II - The human thermoregulation system and its adaptation, NAP Limited, pp.1-6, ISBN: 978-4-931411-00-5.

Havenith, G (2009) Laboratory assessment of cold weather clothing. In Williams, J (ed) Textiles for Cold Weather Apparel: Woodhead Publishing in Textiles: Number 93, Woodhead Publishing Limited, pp.217-243.

Kampmann, B, Brode, P, Havenith, G, Jendritzky, G (2008) Der Entwicklungsstand des klimatischen Belastungs-Index UTCI (Universal Thermal Climate Index). In Martin Schutte, (ed) Produkt-Und Produktions-Ergonomie-Aufgabe fur Entwickler und Planer, Gesellschaft fur Arbeits wissenschaft e.v, pp.243-246.

Brode, P, Kampmann, B, Havenith, G, Jendritzky, G (2008) Effiziente Berechnung des klimatischen Belastungs-Index UTCI. In Martin Schutte, (ed) Produkt und Produktions-Ergonomie-Aufgabe fur Entwickler und Planer, Auftrag der Gesellschaft fur Arbeitswissenschaft e.V, pp.271-274, ISBN: 9783936804065.

Brode, P, Kuklane, K, Havenith, G (2008) Einfluss der unteren Schichten von Schutzbekleidung auf die Erwarmung durch Infrarotstrahlung. In Martin Schutte, (ed) Produkt und Produktions-Ergonomie- Aufgabe fur Entwickler und Planer, GfA Press, pp.239-242, ISBN: 9783936804065.

Havenith, G (2008) Werken onder warme omstandigheden. In Unknown Parent Title, Sdu Uigevers, ?.

Brode, P, Candas, V, Havenith, G, Kuklane, K, Richards, M (2007) Messung der Warmeisolation von Schutzbekleidung mit Thermopuppen - Reliabilitat und Validitat. In Schutte, M and Schaper, M (ed) Kompetenzentwicklung in realen und virtuellen Arbeitssystemen, GfA Press, pp.557-560, ISBN: 9783936804041.

Sari Kovats, R, Jendritzky, G, Hajat, S, Havenith, G, Koppe, C, Nicol, F, Paldy, A, Wolf, T (2006) Heat-waves and Human Health, The Impact of Heat on Health. In Menne, B and Ebi, KL (ed) Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies for Human Health, Springer, p.4.2.

Candas, V, Broede, P, Havenith, G (2006) Classical Approach to Heat and Vapour Resistance Calculations Cannot Explain Heat Transfer in Wet Clothing. In Jintu Fan, (ed) Thermal Manikins and Modelling, The Hong kong Polytechnic University, pp.235-246, ISBN: 962-367-534-8.

Den Hartog, EA, Broede, P, Candas, V, Havenith, G (2006) Effect of Clothing Insulation on Attenuation of radiative Heat Gain. In Jintu Fan, (ed) Thermal Manikins and Modelling, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp.27-28, ISBN: 962-367-534-8.

Kovats, RS, Jendritzky, G, Hajat, S, Havenith, G, Koppe, C, Nicol, F, Paldy, A, Wolf, T (2005) Heat Waves and Human Health. In Unknown Parent Title, Heidelburg, pp.63-98.

Daanen, H, Hatcher, K, Havenith, G (2005) Determination of clothing microclimate volume. In Tochihara, Y and Ohnaka, T (ed) Environmental Ergonomics, Elsevier Ltd, pp.361-365, ISBN: 0080444660.

Ueda, H and Havenith, G (2005) The effect of fabric air permeability on clothing ventilation. In Tochihara, Y and Ohnaka, T (ed) Environmental Ergonomics, Elsevier, pp.343-346.

Havenith, G (2005) Temperature Regulation, Heat Balance and Climatic Stress. In Kirch, W, Menne, B, Bertollini, R (ed) Extreme Weather Events and Public Health Responses, Springer-Verlag, pp.70-80.

Havenith, G (2004) The Impact of Heat on Human Health. In Koppe, C, Kovats, S, Jendritsky, G, Menne, eds, B (ed) Health and Global Environmental Change, Series, No. 2, World Health Organisation, Europe, pp.17-25, ISBN: 92 890 1094 0.

Havenith, G (2004) Thermal Conditions Measurement. In ? (ed) Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods, CRC Press, pp.60/1-60/15.

Havenith, G (2003) Clothing and Thermoregulation. In Elsner, P, Hatch, K, Wigger-Albert, eds, W (ed) Textiles and the Skin, Karger, pp.35-49, ISBN: 380557438X.

Havenith, G and Holewijn, M (2001) Exercise and the Environment: Altitude and Air Pollution. In Roitman, JLE (ed) ACSMs Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, American College of Sports Medicine, pp.217-224, ISBN: 0 7817 2525 9.

Havenith, G (1999) Climate, Heat Balance, Heat Tolerance and Individual Differences. In Mital, A, Ayoub, M, Kumar, S, Wang, SL, Landau, K, Pennathur, A, Fernandez, J, Mehta, H, Chan, AHS, Chung, MK, Coury, HG, Hwang, SL, Kumashiro, M, Nag, PK, Rice, V, Ramsey, J, Sinclair, MA (ed) The Industrial and Occupational Ergonomics Users' Encyclopedia, International Journal of Industrial Engineering, pp.CD-ROM, ISBN: 0 9654506 0 0.

Havenith, G and Holewijn, M (1998) Exercise and the Environment: Altitude and Air Pollution. In Medicine, ACOS (ed) ACSM'S Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, Third Edition, Williams and Wilkins, pp.215-222.

Havenith, G (1998) Werken Onder Warme Omstandigheden; Working in hot environments. In Unknown Parent Title, SDu Uitgevers, p.28, ISBN: 90 12 08596 9.

Lotens, WA and Havenith, G (1988) Ventilation of rain-wear determined by a trace gas method. In Mekjavics, Bannister, Morrison, (ed) Environmental Ergonomics, Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia, pp.162-172, ISBN: 0-85066-400-4.



Reports

Havenith, G, Hodder, S, Ouzzahra, Y, Loveday, D, Kuklane, K, Lundgren, K, Fan, J, Au, Y (2013) Report on manikin measurements for ASHRAE 1504-TRP: Extension of the Clothing Insulation Database for Standard 55 and ISO 7730 to provide data for Non-Western Clothing Ensembles, including data on the effect of posture and air movement on that insulation. Results of Cooperative Research between the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc, and the Universities of Loughborough, Lund, Cornell and Hong Kong., pp.1-202, This research was funded by ASHRAE150367971, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.16562.66248.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) The effects of protective clothing and its properties on energy consumption during different activities: literature review, European Union150182121.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) The effects of protective clothing and its properties on energy consumption during different activities: equipment and methodology, European Union150182361.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) Effects of simulated clothing weight distribution on metabolic rate, European Union150178971.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) Investigating the effect of clothing layers and their frictional properties on metabolic rate, European Union150181341.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) Investigating the effect of wet layers and their frictional properties on metabolic rate, European Union150180351.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) Examining the impact of protective clothing on range of movement, European Union150185271.

Dorman, LE and Havenith, G (2007) Modelling the effects of personal protective clothing properties on the increase of metabolic rate, European Union150177411.

Havenith, G and Dorman, LE (2007) The effect of COBA anti fatigue floor matting on worker comfort during standing work, pp.1-39, COBA Plastics Ltd of Fleckney, Leicestershire150178671.

Qu, J and Havenith, G (2004) A System to Measure Regional Clothing Ventilation, RD024-0690, DSTL-UK.

Havenith, G (1997) Thermal modelling of individual characteristics (Modellering van de individuele thermische reactie)., This research was funded by Human Factors Research Inst. TNO Soesterberg (Netherlands)150183741.

Heus, R and Havenith, G (1996) The physiological basis for thermal comfort in different climates; a preliminary study, This research was funded by Human Factors Research Inst. TNO Soesterberg (Netherlands)150179391.

Havenith, G and Kistemaker, JA (1996) Evaluation of a BMW motorcycle suit for use by the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee (Beoordeling motorpak BMW ten behoeve van de Koninklijke Marechaussee), This research was funded by Human Factors Research Inst. TNO Soesterberg (Netherlands)150184341.

Lotens, WA, van de Linde, FJG, Havenith, G (1990) THE EFFECT OF CONDENSATION IN CLOTHING ON HEAT TRANSFER, pp.1-40, TNO - Institute for Perception.

Havenith, G and van Middendorp, H (1986) DETERMINATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL STATE OF ACCLIMATIZATION, pp.1-24, TNO Institute of Perception, NL.

Havenith, G (1985) Individual differences in thermoregulatory control, a review, TNO Institute for Perception150183801.



Other

Havenith, G (2010) European Journal of Applied Physiology.

Havenith, G (2009) European Journal of Applied Physiology.

Havenith, G (2008) European Journal of Applied Physiology.

Havenith, G (2007) Journal of the Human-Environmental System.



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