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Cold Water Immersion and Iced Slush Ingestion are effective at cooling firefighters following a simulated search and rescue task in a hot environment. Journal Article Brearley M, Walker A, Driller M, Argus C, Rattray B 2014
Systolic peak detection in acceleration photoplethysmograms measured from emergency responders in tropical conditions Journal Article Elgendi M, Norton I, Brearley M, Abbott D, Schuurmans D 2013
Physiological responses of medical team members to a simulated emergency in tropical field conditions Journal Article Brearley M, Heaney M, Norton I 2013
Heat (Ch. 9) Book Chapter Brearley M, Saunders P 2013
Crushed ice ingestion - a practical strategy for lowering core temperature Journal Article Brearley M 2012
Heat. Journal Article Brearley M, Saunders P (2013). In Physiological tests for elite athletes. 2nd Ed. Edited by RK Tanner and CJ Gore. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 131-147. 2012
Firefighter Heat Stress Technical Report Brearley M, Norton I, Trewin T, Mitchell C 2011
CBR Heat Stress Technical Report Norton I, Brearley M, Trewin T, Hrabar K 2010