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ADAMOVICH, B. A., BURNAZIAN, A. I., GOLDSHVEND, B. L., KIRIKOV, G. N., MAKSIMOV, S. B., NEFEDOV, IU. G., PARIN, V. V., SAMSONOV, N. M. (1970) Year-long bioengineering experiment in a ground complex of life-support systems. Environmental Space Sciences 3:6-14.


ADAMOVICH, B. A., BURNAZIAN, A. I., GOLDSHVEND, B. L., KIRIKOV, G. N., MAKSIMOV, S. B., NEFEDOV, IU. G., PARII, V. V., SAMSONOV, N. M. (1969) A year-long medical-technological experiment in a ground-based life-support system facility (Godovoi mediko-tekhnicheskii eksperiment v nazemnom komplekse sistem zhizneobespecheniia). Kosmicheskaia Biologiia i Meditsina 3:9-19. In Russian.


ADAOVICH, B. A. (1981) Life support systems for manned spaceflight. In: USSR Rept.: Space, No. 9 (JPRS-77488), p. 17-25.


ALEKSEYEV, V. V., SAPOZHNIKOV, V. V. (1980) ETEKOS experimental ecosystem. NASA-TM-76079.


ALLEN, J. (1990) Historical Overview of the Biosphere 2 Project. Biological Life Support Systems, Synergetic Press, Oracle, AZ, p. 12-22.


ALLEN, J. (1991) Biosphere 2 - The Human Experiment. Penguin Books, New York


ALLEN, J. P. (1991) Historical overview of the Biosphere 2 project. In: NASA, Washington, Biological Life Support Technologies: Commercial Opportunities, p. 12- 22.


ALLEN, J., NELSON, M. (1987) Space biospheres. Malabar, FL, Orbit Book Co., Inc., 94 p.


ALLING, A., LEIGH, L. S., MACCALLUM, T., ALVAREZ-ROMO, N. (1991) Biosphere 2 test module experimentation program. In: NASA, Washington, Biological Life Support Technologies: Commercial Opportunities, p. 23-32.


ANDERSON, J. L. (1988) Technology for human self-sufficiency in space. SAE PAPER 881013, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 18th, San Francisco, CA, July 11-13, 1988.


ANDRE, M. J., MASSIMINO, D., MASSIMINO, J., DUCHEIN, M.-C. (1991) A ground based module for experimentations of cultivations and recycling in a closed environment. In: ESA, Fourth European Symposium on Life Sciences Research in Space, p. 435-40.


ANDREYEV, I., SHEPELEV, Y. Y. (1986) Biological life-support systems for long- duration space flights. In: USSR Report: Space Biology and Aerospace Medicine, Volume 19, No. 5, September - October 1985 (JPRS-USB-85-007), p. 71-4.


ANONYMOUS. (1968) Orbiting experiment for study of extended weightlessness - mission and experiment requirements digest. NASA-CR-95535.


ANONYMOUS. (1968) Problems in creation of closed ecological systems. JPRS- 45837.


ANONYMOUS. (1968) Space biology and medicine. JPRS-46456.


ANONYMOUS. (1969) Life support. In: NASA-EP-50, Biology, Jan. 1969, p. 10- 55.


ANONYMOUS. (1969) Sixty-day manned test of a regenerative life support system with oxygen and water recovery. Part 1 - Engineering test results. NASA-CR-98500.


ANONYMOUS. (1971) Sadko-3 sealab undergoes trials. Soviet-Bloc Res. In: Geophys., Astronomy, and Space 238:38-44.


ANONYMOUS. (1971) Test report, final test plan and procedure - Operational ninety day manned test of a regenerative life support system. NASA-CR-111882.


ANONYMOUS. (1972) Biotechnical life support system for space objects. NASA-TT-F- 14102.


ANONYMOUS. (1975) The long life problem: Space station program. MDC- G0769.


ANONYMOUS. (1982) Controlled Ecological Life Support System - Biological Problems. NASA CP-2233.


ANONYMOUS. (1982) Controlled Ecological Life Support system - Research and Development Guidelines. NASA CP-2232.


ANONYMOUS. (1982) Controlled Ecological Life Support System - Use of Higher Plants. NASA CP-2231.


ANONYMOUS. (1982) Jet Propulsion Laboratory Summary Report of the Workshop on Materially Closed Ecosystem Research. Workshop held at the California Institute of Technology. Pasadena, CA: California Institute of Technology, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 18 p.


ANONYMOUS. (1985) Life sciences considerations for space station. NASA-CR- 175985.


ANONYMOUS. (1988) ECLSS for Hermes examined. Aerospace Engineering (ISSN 0736-2536) 8:8-14.


ANONYMOUS. (1988) Environmental life support system technology study --- space flight. ESA-CR(P)-2432; ETN-87-90888; TLSP: Final Report.


ANONYMOUS. (1988) Regenerative life support system research. NASA-CR-182606, TLSP: Progress Report, Sep. 1987 - Mar. 1988.


ANONYMOUS. (1989) Space science in the twenty-first century: Imperatives for the decades 1995 to 2015. Life sciences. LC-87-43334, ISBN-0-309-03880-4.


ANONYMOUS. (1990) Pathfinder: Bioregenerative Life Support Program plan. NASA- TM-101130.


ANONYMOUS. (1990) Pathfinder: Physical/Chemical Closed Loop Life Support Project plan. NASA-TM-101121.


ANONYMOUS. (1990) Strategic implementation plan. NASA-TM-102907.


ANONYMOUS. (1992) Advanced life support study. NASA-CR-184247, TLSP: Final Report.


ANONYMOUS. (1992) Life sciences report 1987. NASA-TM-105105.


ANONYMOUS. (1992) Space life sciences: Programs and projects. NASA-TM- 105459.


ANONYMOUS. (1993) Bioregenerative system. TLSP: Abstract Only. In USRA, Agenda of the Third Annual Summer Conference, NASA/USRA University Advanced Design Program, p 17.


ANONYMOUS. (1993) Earth to lunar CELSS evolution. In: Universities Space Research Association, Houston, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Summer Conference. NASA/USRA: University Advanced Design Program, p. 123-132.


ANONYMOUS. (1993) Ecosystems on Earth and in space (the possible utilization of artificial ecosystems for space life support systems). In: ESA, Environment Observation and Climate Modelling Through International Space Projects. Columbus Eight (COSY-8): Utilisation of Earth Orbiting Laboratories, p 393-8.


ANONYMOUS. (1993) Space Life Sciences Symposium: Three Decades of Life Science Research in Space. NASA-TM-108002, TLSP: Abstracts only. Symposium held in Washington, DC, 21-26 Jun. 1987.


ANONYMOUS. (1994) Technical report of the studies on lunar and planetary exploration and utilization, part B (Tsuki/wakusei no kaihatsu riyo no kenkyu, sono B). NASDA- CNT-930025-PT-B, JTN-94-80636. In Japanese.


ARMSTRONG, R. C., KING, C. D. (1968) Life-support systems on the moon. In: Life Sciences Research and Lunar Medicine, International Academy of Astronautics, International Astronautical Congress, 17th, Lunar International Lab. Symposium, 2nd, Madrid, Spain, Oct. 13, 1966, Proceedings, p. 21-38. Oxford, Pergamon Press, Ltd.


AUGUSTINE, M. (1987) Biosphere II - The closed ecology project. In: The human quest in space, Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Goddard Memorial Symposium, Greenbelt, MD, Mar. 20, 21, 1986. AAS PAPER 86-119, San Diego, CA, Univelt, Inc., 1987, p. 243-254.


AVERNER, M. M. (1988) NASA's program in natural and artificial biospheres (Abs). In: Abstracts, Twenty-Seventh Plenary Meeting of COSPAR, Espoo, Finland, July 18-29, 1988, p. 395. (GWU 10236)


AVERNER, M. M. (1989) Controlled Ecological Life Support System. In: Lunar base agriculture: Soils for plant growth. Madison, WI, American Society of Agronomy, Inc., Crop Science Society of America, Inc., and Soil Science Society of America, Inc., 1989, p. 145-153.


AVERNER, M. M. (1991) The NASA CELSS program. In: NASA, Washington, Biological Life Support Technologies: Commercial Opportunities, p. 45-6.


AYERS, D., BARNES, T., BRYANT, W., CHOWDHURY, P. DILLARD, J., GARDNER, V., GREGORY, G., HARMON, C., HARRELL, B., HILTON, S. (1992) Mars habitat. NASA-CR-189985.


BATES, M. E., BUBENHEIM, D. L. (1991) Applications of CELSS technology to Controlled Environment Agriculture. In: Technology 2001. Washington, DC: NASA Headquarters, p. 497-506. NASA CP-3136, Vol. 1.


BERMAN, B., JENKINS, D. (1968) Space Bioscience. Space Science 1967, NASA SP-167, p.41-138.


BONGERS, L. (1968) Bioregeneration in a closed ecological system. In: Ecological Technology- Space-Earth- Sea. Volume 1 - Technological Transference Symposium, 1st, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Feb. 14, 15, 1966, Proceedings. Austin, Tex., U. of Texas, p. 39-86.


BONGERS, L. (1970) Bioregeneration in a closed ecological system. In Tex. Univ. Ecol. Tech. - Space-Earth-Sea 1967, p. 39-86.


BOSLEY, J. (1992) Enabling the human mission. In: Mars: Past, present, and future, Proceedings of the Conference, Williamsburg, VA, July 16-19, 1991. Washington, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1992, p. 185-194.


BOTKIN, D. B., GOLUBIC, S., MAGUIRE, B., MOORE, B., MOROWITZ, H. J., SLOBODKIN, L. B. (1979) Closed regenerative life support systems for space travel: Their development poses fundamental questions for ecological science. Life Sci. Space Res. 17:3-12.


BRECHIGNAC, F. (1991) Towards bioregenerative life support systems. In: ESA, Fourth European Symposium on Life Sciences Research in Space, p. 421-9.


BRECHIGNAC, F., WOLF, L. (1995) SYMBIOSE: A precursor model testbed for integrated bioregeneration in space. Preliminary experiments with atmosphere closure. In: ESA, Proceedings of the Fifth European Symposium on Life Sciences Research in Space, p. 245-248.


BUBENHEIM, D. (1991) CELSS research and development program. In: NASA, Washington, Biological Life Support Technologies: Commercial Opportunities, p. 53- 9.


BUCK, C. A., JOHNSON, A. S., MCGLINCHEY, J. M., RYAN, K. D. (1989) The development of a cislunar space infrastructure. NASA-CR-184728, TLSP: Final Report.


BURDETT, G. L., SOFFEN, G. A. (1987) The human quest in space, Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Goddard Memorial Symposium, Greenbelt, MD, Mar. 20, 21, 1986. San Diego, CA, Univelt, Inc. (Science and Technology Series. Volume 65), 310 p. Individual items lsited herein.


BURSON, J. L., HALL, T. J. (1970) C-5 - An entire environment. Lockheed-Georgia Quarterly 6:9-14.


CHAMBERS, L. P. (1993) Life sciences utilization of Space Station Freedom. In: NASA, Washington, Space Station Freedom Utilization Conference, p 211-20.


CHERNIGOVSKIY, V. N. (1973) Problems of Space Biology, volume 16. Washington NASA. NASA-TT-F-719.


COUCH, H. T., AUMAN, J. W., JR., FALVEY, T. C. (1992) Advanced regenerative life support for space exploration. In: ESA, 4th European Symposium on Space Environmental Control Systems, Volume 1, p. 113-20.


CRUMP, W. (1992) The Development of Physical-Chemical Life Support Systems for Manned Spaceflight International Space University, Space Life Sciences Textbook, p. 481-513.


DAMS, R. A. J., SOULEZ-LARIVIERE, C. (1990) Critical technologies - Spacecraft habitability. SAE PAPER 901384, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 20th, Williamsburg, VA, July 9-12, 1990.


DAVID, K., PREIß, H. (1989) DEBLSS - Deutsche Biologische Lebenserhaltungssystemstudie. Dornier GmbH Bericht: TN-DEBLS-6000 DO/01. In German.


DEMPSTER, W. F. (1989) Biosphere II - Technical overview of a manned closed ecological system. SAE PAPER 891599, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 19th, San Diego, CA, July 24-26, 1989.


DEMPSTER, W. F. (1990) Biosphere 2 project status - Design of a closed manned terrestrial ecological system. SAE PAPER 901233, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 20th, Williamsburg,VA, July 9-12, 1990.


DEMPSTER, W. F. (1991) Biosphere II - Engineering of manned, closed ecological systems. Journal of Aerospace Engineering (ISSN 0893-1321) 4:23-30.


DEMPSTER, W. F. (1992) Biosphere 2 - Overview of system performance during the first nine months. SAE PAPER 921129, International Conference on Environmental Systems, 22nd, Seattle, WA, July 13-16, 1992.


DEMPSTER, WILLIAM F. (1990) Biosphere II - Closed ecological systems engineering. In: Engineering, construction, and operations in space II, Proceedings of Space 90, the Second International Conference, Albuquerque, NM, Apr. 22-26, 1990. Vol. 2. New York, American Society of Civil Engineers, 1990, p. 1206-1215.


DOOLING, D., JR. (1972) Closed loop life support systems. Spaceflight 14:134-9.


DUKE, M. B. (1988) Lunar and Mars missions - Challenges for advanced life support. SAE PAPER 880988, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 18th, San Francisco, CA, July 11-13, 1988.


EASTERWOOD, G. W., STREET, J. J., SARTAIN, J. B., HUBBELL, D. H., ROBITAILLE, H. A. (1993) Lunar base CELSS: A bioregenerative approach. In: NASA, Johnson Space Center, The Second Conference on Lunar Bases and Space Activities of the 21st Century, Volume 2, p. 519-23.


EBERHARDT, R. (1992) Space Habitation and Operations Module (SHOM). In: NASA, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Third SEI Technical Interchange: Proceedings, p. 570-6.


EVANICH, P. L. (1988) Advanced physical-chemical life support systems research. SAE PAPER 881010, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 18th, San Francisco, CA, July 11-13, 1988.


FAIRCHILD, K., ROBERTS, B. (1989) Options for Human Settlement of the Moon and Mars. Lunar Base Agriculture: Soils for Plant Growth, ASA, p. 1-3.


FEOKTISTOV, K. P. (1970) Spacecraft of the future. AD-678306 FTD-HT-23-1538- 67.


FERGUSON, M. J., MAY, C. B. (1971) Use of the Ben Franklin submersible as a space station simulator. In: NBS, Space Simulation, Oct. 1970, p. 599-621. NASA-TM-X- 66943.


FREITAG, R. F. (1977) Summary of problems of greatest urgency --- space colonies. In: Space manufacturing facilities: Space colonies, Proceedings of the Princeton Conference, Princeton, N.J., May 7-9, 1975. New York, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., p. 203-8.


FRYE, R. J., MIGNON, G. (1993) Closed ecological systems: From test tubes to Earth's biosphere. In: Arizona Univ., Proceedings of the Lunar Materials Technology Symposium, 19 p.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1968) Space research and the biological sciences. Soviet Rept. Delivered At United Nations Space Conf., 9 Oct. 1968, p. 1-12.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1969) Space biology and medicine (Kosmicheskaia biologiia i meditsina). Moscow, Izdatel'stvo Nauka. In: Advances of the USSR in the Study of Outer Space - First Space Decade 1957-1967 (Uspekhi SSSR v Issledovanii Kosmicheskogo Prostranstva - Pervoe Kosmichesk oe Desiatiletie 1957-1967), edited by L. V. Gessen, p. 321-70. In Russian.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1969) Space biology. AD-679418 FTD-HT-23-1626-67.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1969) Space exploration and biological sciences (Kosmicheskie issledovaniia i biologicheskie nauki). United Nations, Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Vienna, Austria, Aug. 14-27, 1968. New York, United Nations. UN PAPER 68-95715. In Russian.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1971) Space biology and medicine, volume 5, no. 4, 1971. PRS- 54396.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1971) Space Biology and Medicine, volume 5, no. 1, 1971. JPRS- 53388.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1983) USSR report: Space Biology and Aerospace Medicine, vol. 17, no. 4, July - August 1983. JPRS-84412.


GAZENKO, O. G. (1986) USSR report: Space Biology and Aerospace Medicine, volume 18, no. 6, November - December 1984. JPRS-USB-86-002.


GAZENKO, O. G., USHAKOV, A. S. (1978) Space biology and medicine (Kosmicheskaia biologiia i meditsina). In: Soviet progress in space studies: The second decade of space flight, 1967-1977. Moscow, Izdatel'stvo Nauka, p. 487-524. In Russian.


GILZIN, K. A. (1974) Spacecraft of the future. In: Inhabited Space, Pt. 2 (NASA-TT- F-820), p. 135-53.


GITEL'SON, I. (1989) Methods of creating biological life support systems for man in space. In: Space manufacturing 7 - Space resources to improve life on earth; Proceedings of the Ninth Princeton/AIA SSI Conference, Princeton, NJ, May 10-13, 1989. Washington, DC, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, p. 237-239.


GITEL'SON, I. I. (1992) Biological life-support systems for Mars mission. Life sciences and space research XXIV/4/ - Natural and artificial ecosystems, Proceedings of the Topical Meeting of the Interdisciplinary Scientific Commission F /Meetings F10, F11, F1 and F12/ of the COSPAR 28th Plenary Meeting, The Hague, Netherlands, June 25-July 6, 1990. Advances in Space Research (ISSN 0273-1177) 12(5):167-192.


GITEL'SON, I. I., TERSKOV, I. A., KOVROV, B. G., LISOVSKII, G. M., OKLADNIKOV, IU. N. (1989) Long-term experiments on man's stay in biological life- support system. COSPAR, Plenary Meeting, 27th, Topical Meetings on Life Sciences andSpace Research XXIII(3): Natural and Artificial Ecosystems, Espoo, Finland, July 18- 29, 1988. Advances in Space Research (ISSN 0273-1177) 9(8):65-71.


GITELSON, I. I., TERSKOV, I. A., KOVROV, B. G., LISOVSKII, G. M., SIDKO, F. IA., OKLADNIKOV, IU. N., TRUBACHEV, I. N., KOVA, I. M., GRIBOVSKAIA, I. V., DENISOV, G. V. (1981) Closed ecosystems as the means for the outer space exploration by men /Experimental results, perspectives/. IAF PAPER 81-164, International Astronautical Federation, International Astronautical Congress, 32nd, Rome, Italy, Sept. 6-12, 1981.


GITELSON, I. I., TERSKOV, I. A., KOVROV, B. G., LISOVSKII, G. M., SIDKO, F. IA. (1976) Problems of creating closed biological life support systems. IAF PAPER 76- 040, International Astronautical Federation, International Astronautical Congress, 27th, Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 10-16, 1976.


GITELSON, J. I. (1995) Closed ecological life-support systems and their applications. TLSP: Abstract Only. In: McGill Univ., Second International Design for Extreme Environment Assembly (IDEEA Two). Growth and Environment: Challenging Extreme Frontiers, p. 317.


GITELZON, I. I. (1975) Problems in the development of human engineering biological life support systems (Problemy sozdaniia biologo-tekhnicheskikh sistem zhizneobespecheniia cheloveka). Novosibirsk, Izdatel'stvo Nauka, 272 p. In Russian.


GITELZON, I. I. (1977) Problems of creating biotechnical systems of human life support. NASA-TT-F-17533.


GITELZON, I. I., KOVROV, B. G., LISOVSKII, G. M., OKLADNIKOV, IU. N., RERBERG, M. S., SIDKO, F. IA., TERSKOV, I. A. (1975) Experimental ecological systems including a human (Eksperimental'nye ekologicheskie sistemy, vkliuchaiushchie cheloveka). Moscow, Izdatel'stvo Nauka (Problemy Kosmicheskoi Biologii. Volume 28), 312 p. In Russian.


GRANA, D. C., PEARSON, A. O. (1971) Preliminary results from an operational 90- day manned test of a regenerative life support system. A Symp. Held in Hampton, Va., 17-18 Nov. 1970. NASA-SP-261.


GRAY, V. H. (1973) Space vehicle with artificial gravity and earth-like environment. TLSP: Patent. NASA-CASE-LEW-11101-1; US-PATENT-3,749,332.


GRIGORYEV, YU. G. (1971) Thirteenth session of the International Space Research Committee. In: Space Biol. and Med., Vol. 5, No. 1, 1971, p. 128-36. JPRS- 53388.


GROSS, A. R., HARPER, L. D., SHAFTO, M. G., VERNIKOS, J., WEBBON, B. W., BERRY, W. E. (1992) Human support for Mars exploration - Issues and approaches. In: Mars: Past, present, and future, Proceedings of the Conference, Williamsburg, VA, July 16-19, 1991. Washington, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1992, p. 269-296.


GUBANOV, V. G., KOVROV, B. G., FISHTEIN, G. N. (1984) Closed microecosystems - A new test-object for biophysical and ecological investigations (Zamknutnye mikroekosistemy - Novyi test-ob'ekt dlia biofizicheskikh iekologicheskikh issledovanii). In: Biophysical methods for the study of ecosystems (Biofizicheskie metody issledovaniia ekosistem). Novosibirsk, Izdatel'stvo Nauka, p. 34-44. In Russian.


GUSTAN, E. A., VINOPAL, T. J., OLSON, R. L. (1983) A near-term mission for CELSS --- for manned space flight. AIAA, SAE, ASME, AIChE, and ASMA, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 13th, San Francisco, CA, July 11-13, 1983. SAE PAPER 831149.


GUSTAVINO, S. R., MANKAMYER, M. M. (1989) Application of bioregenerative subsystems to an environmental control and life support system for a manned Mars sprint mission. SAE PAPER 891504, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 19th, San Diego, CA, July 24-26, 1989.


GUYENNE, T.-D., HUNT, J. J. (1992) Fourth European Symposium on Space Environment Control Systems, volume 2. Symposium held in Florence, Italy, 21-24 Oct. 1991, 526 p. ESA-SP-324-VOL-2.


GUYENNE, T.-D., HUNT, J. J. (1992) Fourth European Symposium on Space Environmental Control Systems, volume 1. Symposium held in Florence, Italy, 21-24 Oct. 1991, 560 p. ESA-SP-324-VOL-1, ISBN-92-9092-138-2.


HALLMANN, W., LEY, W. (1988) Handbuch der Raumfahrttechnik. Carl Hanser Verlag, Munchen. In German.


HAQUE, A., KREUZBERG, K. (1993) Bioregenerative life support as self-sustaining ecosystem in space. Microgravity - Science and Technology (ISSN 0938-0108) 6(1):43- 54.


HARRIS, P. (1992) Living and Working in Space. Ellis Horwood Ltd., Chichester.


HEITCHUE, R. (1968) Space Systems Technology. Reinhold Book Corporation - New York.


HENNINGER, D. (1989) Life Support Systems Research at the Johnson Space Center. Lunar Base Agriculture: Soils for Plant Growth, ASA, p. 173-91.


HENNINGER, D. L., TRI, T. O., BARTA, D. J., STAHL, R. S. (1992) Johnson Space Center's regenerative life support systems test bed. NASA-TM-107943.


HEPPENHEIMER, T. A., HOPKINS, M. (1976) Initial space colonization - Concepts and R&D aims. Astronautics and Aeronautics 14:58-64, 72.


HODGES, C. N. (1987) The closed ecology project - Agricultural and life sciences background. In: The human quest in space, Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Goddard Memorial Symposium, Greenbelt, MD, Mar. 20, 21, 1986. AAS PAPER 86-120, San Diego, CA, Univelt, Inc., p. 255-271.


HOEHN, A., GOMEZ, S., LUTTGES, M. W. (1992) The Lunar CELSS Test Module. AIAA PAPER 92-1094, Aerospace Design Conference, Irvine, CA, Feb. 3-6, 1992.


HOLMQUIST, R. (1979) Life sciences and space research XVII, Proceedings of the Open Meeting of the Working Group on Space Biology, May 29-June 10, 1978, and Symposium on Gravitational Physiology, Innsbruck, Austria, June 2-3, 1978. Oxford, Pergamon Press, Ltd., 314 p. Individual items listed herein.


HORNECK, G. (1992) Life in and from space. European International Space Year Conference, ESA, ISY-4, p. 207-10.


HUMPHRIES, R., TURNER, L., REUTER, J., PATTERSON, D. (1989) Status of the US Space Station ECLSS and internal TCS. In: ESA, Third European Symposium on Space Thermal Control and Life Support Systems, p. 5-13.


JACKSON, J. K. (1971) Life support systems. In: Langley Res. Center, Prelim. Results From An Operational 90-Day Manned Test Of A Regenerative Life Support System, p. 35-41. NASA-SP-261.


JACKSON, J. K. (1971) Test objectives and program management. In: Langley Res. Center, Prelim. Results From An Operational 90-Day Manned Test Of A Regenerative Life Support System, p. 5-15. NASA-SP-261.


JACKSON, J. K., PEARSON, A. O. (1971) Summary of a 90-day manned test of a regenerative life support system. International Astronautical Federation, International Astronautical Congress, 22nd, Brussels, Belgium, Sep. 20-25, 1971.


JACKSON, J. K., SEEMAN, J. S., WAMSLEY, J. R. (1971) Overview of a 90-day manned test in a space station simulator. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers, and American Inst. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Life Support and Environmental Control Conference, San Francisco, Calif., Jul. 12-14, 1971. New York, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ASME PAPER 71-AV- 38.


JAGOW, R. B. (1968) Study of life support systems for space missions exceeding one year in duration, phase 1A. Volume 2 - Mission studies. NASA-CR-73159.


JENKINS, D. W. (1968) Bioregenerative life-support systems. In: NASA-SP-165, NASA, Washington, Bioregenerative Systems, 1968, p. 1-6.


JOHANSSON, K. R. (1993) Life support and self-sufficiency in space communities. In: NASA, Johnson Space Center, Space Resources. Volume 4: Social Concerns, p. 260- 71


JOHNSON, C. C., ARNO, R. D., MAINS, R. (1989) Life science research objectives and representative experiments for the space station. NASA-TM-89445.


JOHNSON, R. D., JEBENS, H. J., SWEET, H. C. (1977) A closed life-support system for space colonies. ASME, SAE, AIAA, ASMA, and AIChE, Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, 7th, San Francisco, Calif., July 11-14, 1977. ASME PAPER 77- ENAS-18.


KANEMURA, T., INAGAKI, J., OONO, S. (1992) ECLSS experiments at manned lunar surface sites (nGetsumen yuujin kyoten ni okeru ECLSS jikken). In: NASDA, Future Space Activities Workshop: Lunar Base Workshop 1991, 19 p. In Japanese.


KILIAN, H. J., MARTINEZ, C. L., MILLER, R. L., ROSE, G. W., III , WICKLINE, H. E. (1970) Design and preliminary evaluation of a man-rated photosynthetic exchanger Interim report, Mar. 1967 - Jun. 1968. AD-700735; SAM-TR-69-64.


KING, C. D., MAHMOUD, M. M., NAU, R. A. (1969) Life support and environmental protection studies. AD-682208 GDL-ERR-SD-007.


KIRENSKII, L. V., TERSKOV, I. A., GITEL'ZON, I. I., LISOVSKII, G. M., KOVROV, B. G., OKLADNIKOV, IU. N., RERBERG, M. S., BELIANIN, V. N., TRUBACHEV, I. N., SIL'KO, F. IA. (1972) A life-supporting biological system with lower and higher plants (Biologicheskaia sistema zhizneobespecheniia s nizshimi i vysshimi rasteniiami). In: International Astronautical Congress, 20th, Mar del Plata, Argentina, October 5-10, 1969, Proceedings. Oxford, Pergamon Press, Ltd., Warsaw, Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, p. 825-9. In Russian.


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