Crew Endurance Handbook: A Guide to Applying Circadian-Based Watchbills
Naval Postgraduate School
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A circadian-based watchbill is the term used for a work and rest schedule that conforms to a 24-hour day, allowing individuals to work, eat, and sleep at approximately the same time each day. When you combine the number of hours spent on watch with the number of hours off watch (whether doing other work, eating or sleeping), a circadian-based system will add up to 24 hours. The system aligns with the naturally-occurring 24-hour rhythm which drives all biological processes, down to the cellular level. Research conducted by the Crew Endurance
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