Resource Documents by Morris, Mary
Faint, John; and Morris, Mary
Severe localised grain production losses from atypical frosts in the Marrabel Valley Catchment 2011–2014
For the four cropping seasons from 2011- 2014, a majority of farmers in the Marrabel Valley have experienced unprecedented and widespread frost damage of grain crops on sloping paddocks high above the valley floor. Historically these areas have not been affected by frost as the steep slope of the valley sides ensures that cold air flows towards the lower lying areas where it is normal for frost to form. The onset of these seasons of atypical and the abnormal frosts . . . Complete article »
Comparison of wind turbine acoustic measurements and analysis, resident responses and wind farm power output during on-off testing at a South Australian wind farm
Summary: In this report, noise diary complaints recorded by local residents were compared with EPA measured low frequency and audible noise inside a home near the Waterloo wind farm, on the same evening as a deliberate shutdown of the turbines. Sleep disturbance, excessive noise and annoyance complaints coincide with measured elevated levels of low frequency noise (LFN) and audible noise inside the home. It can be seen that when the wind farm was turned off and then on again, “C” . . . Complete article »
Reprehensible wind farm planning approvals given on the basis of “no problems at Waterloo”
Dear Planning Minister Rau; I was a participant in the Waterloo wind farm noise study and you would be aware from all my previous correspondence with you over more than two and a half years, that I am personally acquainted with the large number of decent and genuine people in the Waterloo district community who ARE suffering adverse sleep impacts and other health effects from this wind farm. I feel compelled to write to you and point out that your . . . Complete article »
Waterloo Case Series: Preliminary Report
The Waterloo wind development commenced operating in October 2010 and comprises 37 Vestas V90 wind turbines in a 17 km line along a North South ridge line. The Waterloo area is a mixed farming community in the Mid North of South Australia where a significant proportion of the population are long term farming families involved with Primary Production and related support industries. Retirees, pensioners, working families, tree changers, lifestyle block owners and weekenders also make up the local community. There . . . Complete article »
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