At my company we have been trying to find justification for some accelerated shelf life testing we have been working on. We do not have a controlled temperature/humidity box. We do have a hot environment in our facility where we have been putting products to see an acceleration of changes that may occur over time. I currently am monitoring the temperature and humidity and the temp appears to fluctuate be between 85 and 95 degrees F. I am wondering if there is any way I can turn this into reliable results or if we just need to purchase a controlled temp box that will keep the temp the same at all times? Does anyone know where I might be able to find research on this topic or information from a legitimate source showing 1 week at 90 degrees F= 1 month of accelerated shelf life?