Grand Canyon News Week of Oct 16, 2017

Team quantifies fatigue using wearables
Can fatigue be predicted? Can life-threatening fatigue be differentiated from recoverable fatigue?  A team of researchers led by Sandia National Laboratories is seeking answers to these questions through the Rim-to-Rim Wearables.

Source: https://www.phys.org/
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Two hikers focus on the cognitive tests as part of the R2R WATCH

Grand Canyon bridge closure means detour for Kaibab Trail hikers
Hikers trekking to the bottom of the Grand Canyon will face a slight detour for a while if they plan to cross the Colorado River.

Source:  www.azcentral.com
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Scare tactics: Planning the perfect Halloween for all ages
Whether you’re a thrill-a-minute scare junky or you’ve got small children who are just in it for the candy (maybe you’re just in it for the candy, too), there are activities around northern Arizona for everyone.

Source:  www.grandcanyonnews.com
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Where to hop aboard the ‘Polar Express’ and other Christmas train …
Santa really enjoys leaving the North Pole and hopping on trains instead of his reindeer sled in November and December at locations around the U.S

Source:  www.latimes.com
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