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Papadopoulos, George
Wind turbines and low frequency noise: Implications for human health
Low frequency noise (LFN) First of all, what is low frequency noise? It is noise, as the name suggests, at the lower frequencies of the audible range. It is general accepted to be within 20 to 200 hertz. Less than about 20 hertz is termed infrasound, because it is not usually audible to the human ear. ILFN (Infrasound–low frequency noise) is another abbreviation I shall use, as in some instances infrasound is comparable to LFN. Noise that can be felt . . . Complete article »

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