In the outdoor environment, the effect of the physical environmental factors that compose the sensational and physiological temperature is remarkably large in comparison to the indoor environment. Values related to the meteorological environment and behavioral thermoregulation can be measured or estimated within a certain range. However, values related to autonomic thermoregulation are difficult to identify. Behavioral Thermoregulation Model for Evaluation of Outdoor Thermal Environment: Yoshihito Kurazumi, Tomonori Sakoi, Tadahiro Tsuchikawa, Kenta Fukagawa, Zhecho Dimitrov Bolashikov and Tetsumi Horikoshi. OMICS group publishes articles involving many subjects like Pharmacy, Life sciences, Engineering, Medical, Management and Clinical. Each of the above mentioned department publishes all the major kinds of articles which include; research, review, mini-review, short communication, case report etc.
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