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  • Science &Technology in Climbing & Mountaineering Conference

    1st International Confernece on Science and Technology in
    Climbing and Mountaineering 7th-8th April 1999

    The following is the provisional list of papers for the coference.
    For further information and registration details please contact
    climbing.conf@leeds.ac.uk or visit the web site at:
    http://www.leeds.ac.uk/sports_science/conference/climbingsci99.html

    KEY NOTES

    PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DIFFICULT ROCK CLIMBING
    P B Watts
    North Michigan University

    THE ENGINEERING SUITABILITY OF METALIC CLIMBING EQUIPMENT
    T K Hellen
    BMC Technical Committee

    DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLIMENTATION OF UIAA STANDARDS
    Pit Schubert
    UIAA Standards Committee

    Shaun Barrett
    W L Gore and Associates (Uk) Ltd

    Two further key-notes to be confirmed
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    BLOOD LACTATE RESPONSES TO COMPETITIVE CLIMBING
    W. Gebert, I. Werner

    PHYSIOLOGICAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSES IN NOVICE AND RECREATIONAL ROCK
    CLIMBERS. Doran, D.A. , Grace, S.

    ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND METABOLIC COST DURING TECHNICALLY SIMILAR BUT
    PHYSICALLY DIFFERENT ROCK CLIMBING TASKS. Doran, D.A , Moncrieff, J.

    THE EFFECT OF CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON UPPER BODY POWER OUTPUT IN
    ELITE LEVEL ROCK CLIMBERS. Doran, D.A. Godfrey, A.

    CARDIOVASCULAR AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO BACK COUNTRY SKIING
    Thomas Hatzl

    FITNESS DEPENDING EXERCISE INTENSITY DURING BACK COUNTRY SKIING
    Puehringer R., Knuenz B., Burtscher M.

    CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO CLIMBING AT EXTREME ALTITUDE (3650M-
    8200M) T Laemmle.

    ENERGY BALANCE DURING HIGH-ALTITUDE SOJOURNS
    Edwards,J E, D A Tanner, J M Stager

    PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS IN ELITE ROCK CLIMBERS.
    Ferguson. R.A. , Brown. M.D.

    INJURY AND ASSOCIATED TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS IN
    RECREATIONAL CLIMBERS. Doran, D. A. , Reay,

    HOW TO PREVENT HIGH-ALTITUDE HEADACHE?
    M Burtscher, L Rudolf

    FATALITY RISK DURING MOUNTAIN SPORTS ACTIVITIES
    M Burtscher, W Nachbauer, El Kornexl

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF ROCKCLIMBING TECHNIQUES
    B. Kauer, W. Gebert, I. Werner

    MODIFICATIONS OF THE POSTURAL ADJUSTMENTS DURING A CLIMBING TASK
    M. Testa, L. Martin, B. Debu

    FORCES ON THE FALLING CLIMBER DEPENDING ON DIFFERENT BELAYING
    TECHNIQUES R. Messner, G. Meraner, T. Schliernzauer, B. Knuenz, W.
    Nachbauer

    TECHNIQUES TO ASSESS LOCOMOTION PERTURBATIONS DURING HIKING
    F. Barbier

    A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY O F EQUILIBRIUM IN ROCK CLIMBING
    F Quaine, L Martin

    ANALYSIS OF CLIMBING TECHNIQUE USING THE PROREFLEX 3D MOTION ANALYSIS
    SYSTEM J Bursnall, N Messenger

    KINEMATICS ANALYSIS OF NATURAL SLOPE GAIT
    L.-A.Masmoudi, L.Martin, E. Cordier, J.-P.Blanchi

    A MODEL SPECIFYING CHOICE OF AN OUTDOOR CLOTHING SYSTEM FOR HIGH
    ACTIVITY FOR GIVEN TEMPERATURE RANGES. N Brown

    TRANSFER WICKING MECHANISMS OF TACTILE FLEECE KNITTED FABRIC
    L Q Zhuang

    OUTDOOR CLOTHING SYSTEMS: THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSE TO EXERCISE UNDER
    VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Ball D1 Choi H S2 Ruckman J

    EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF WATERPROOFING FOR HIKING AND
    MOUNTAINEERING I Wilkinson

    MOISTURE VAPOUR TRANSMISSION UNDER CONDITIONS OF RAIN
    J Gretton

    THE BMC, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE SAFETY OF CLIMBERS
    R N H McMillan

    DEVELOPMENT OF BELAYING TECHNIQUES AND DEVICES IN JAPAN;
    44 YEARS FROM GORO WAKAYAMA'S DEATH
    S Ishioka, K Nakagawa

    ANALYSIS OF KARABINER FAILURES WHILE BELAYING WITH FIGURE-OF-EIGHT
    DEVICES F. Ramsden, I. Masters

    ENERGY ABSORPTION TESTS ON USED AND NEW HELMETS
    D Brook

    EXPERIMENTAL TESTING AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE ECLIPSE
    KARABINER S Brocklehurst, I Masters D

    DESIGN OF ICE-AXES HEADS
    S Haake

    CLIMBING UPWARDS OR CLIMBING BACKWARDS? THE TECHNOLOGICAL
    METAMORPHOSES OF CLIMBING AND MOUNTAINEERING. A. Miah

    MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING CLIMBING RELATED IMPACTS
    Attarian, A

    SPATIAL BEHAVIOUR OF OUTDOOR RECREATIONISTS AT GRITSTONE OUTCROP
    AREAS. Hills M P, Peart J R, Hunter-Jones P A. Morrison A A, Shani N
    T

    MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL CLIMBING WALL.
    Cross, D.R.; Taylor, J.K.; Stiehl, J

    INTEGRATING CLIMBING INTO PUBLIC SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION.
    Stiehl, J; Cross, D.R.; Taylor, J.K

    SCIENCE AND CONTROVERSY IN OXYGEN USE ON EVEREST - A HISTORICAL
    PERSPECTIVE. Burton, G. P., Dodd, I. P.

    _________________________________________________

    Neil Messenger
    Centre for Studies in PE and Sports Science
    University of Leeds
    Leeds LS2 9JT
    UK

    Tel: +44 (0)113 233 5084
    Fax: +44 (0)113 233 5083

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