Changes in body-weight of men in the Antarctic.

  title={Changes in body-weight of men in the Antarctic.},
  author={Oonagh Wilson},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
Regular physiological observations were made on the members of the NorwegianBritish-Swedish Expedition 1949-52 (NBSX) to the Antarctic (Giaever, 1954) during their 2-year stay in the Antarctic as well as before they left for the south and after they returned home. The NBSX landed in the Antarctic in February 1950 and departed in January 1952. Accounts of the climate and working conditions on the expedition have been given in previous reports on blood tests and basal metabolic rates (Wilson… CONTINUE READING

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