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Minn. Department of Health
Public Health Impacts of Wind Turbines
Thorough overview by the Environmental Health Division of the Minnesota Department of Health of noise and flicker problems from industrial wind turbines: Conclusions Wind turbines generate a broad spectrum of low-intensity noise. At typical setback distances higher frequencies are attenuated. In addition, walls and windows of homes attenuate high frequencies, but their effect on low frequencies is limited. Low frequency noise is primarily a problem that may affect some people in their homes, especially at night. It is not generally . . . Complete article »

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