Detailed Temperature and Humidity Climatology for Middle East Ports

Project Code:  W.LIV.0267

Year Published: 2009

The purpose of this review was to ensure the best possible historical wet bulb temperature data are used to assess the port specific heat stress risk of livestock as incorporated into the latest version of’ HotStuff’ (v3.0). The report recommends that the inclusion of historical land-based records of wet bulb temperatures could improve the HotStuff model.

The purpose of this review was to ensure the best possible historical wet bulb temperature data are used to assess the port specific heat stress risk of livestock as incorporated into the latest version of’ HotStuff’ (v3.0). The report recommends that the inclusion of historical land-based records of wet bulb temperatures could improve the HotStuff model.

Keywords: Cattle, Sheep, Dairy, On-board/transport, Heat stress/Ventilation

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