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Nissenbaum, Michael; Aramini, Jeff; and Hanning, Christopher
Effects of industrial wind turbine noise on sleep and health
Abstract Industrial wind turbines (IWTs) are a new source of noise in previously quiet rural environments. Environmental noise is a public health concern, of which sleep disruption is a major factor. To compare sleep and general health outcomes between participants living close to IWTs and those living further away from them, participants living between 375 and 1400 m (n = 38) and 3.3 and 6.6 km (n = 41) from IWTs were enrolled in a stratified cross-sectional study involving two . . . Complete article »

Krogh, Carmen; Jeffery, Roy; Aramini, Jeff; and Horner, Brett
3 papers: wind turbine noise and human health
Papers presented at Inter-Noise 2012, August 19-22, 2012, New York, N.Y. Annoyance can represent a serious degradation of health: wind turbine noise a case study Carmen ME Krogh, Roy D Jeffery, Jeff Aramini, and Brett Horner [download PDF] Annoyance is often discounted as a health concern. Wind turbine noise is perceived to be more annoying than other equally loud sources of sound. The Ontario government commissioned a report which concludes a non-trivial percentage those exposed to wind turbine sound will . . . Complete article »

Nissenbaum, Michael; Aramini, Jeff; and Hanning, Christopher
Adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines: a preliminary report
INTRODUCTION Guidelines and regulations for the siting of industrial wind turbines (IWT) close to human habitation are generally predicated on the need to protect the sleep of the residents. The recommended setback distances and “safe” external noise levels make the assumptions that IWT noise can be regarded as similar to other forms of environmental noise (traffic, rail and aircraft) and is masked by ambient noise. There has been no in dependent verification that these assumptions are justified and that the . . . Complete article »

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