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Very Good. 1840370971 Appears unread. Bookstore label(s) affixed to cover exterior. In this completely revised edition of a classic work, Houston examines the inter-relationships between humans, oxygen, and mountains. Beginning with what oxygen is and how we use it, Houston guides the reader through the latest understanding of the various types of mountain sickness, to acclimatization, prevention, and treatment. 256 pages.
Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 0898865808. Stated Fourth Edition of a work first published in 1980 as 'Going Higher: The Story of Man and Altitude'. The author examines the effects of oxygen deprivation at high altitudes, and ways climbers can adapt. With a history of the study of man and high altitude. Includes numerous b&w photos & illustrations; indexed. ---A clean, firm, unmarked softcover copy.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 272 pages.
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