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Carlile, Simon; Davy, John; Hillman, David; and Burgemeister, Kym
Review of the Possible Perceptual and Physiological Effects of Wind Turbine Noise
Abstract: This review considers the nature of the sound generated by wind turbines focusing on the low-frequency sound (LF) and infrasound (IS) to understand the usefulness of the sound measures where people work and sleep. A second focus concerns the evidence for mechanisms of physiological transduction of LF/IS or the evidence for somatic effects of LF/IS. While the current evidence does not conclusively demonstrate transduction, it does present a strong prima facia case. There are substantial outstanding questions relating to . . . Complete article »

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