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Health effects of ultra-low frequency sound and noise by wind power generation facilities
Author:  Ishitake, Tatsuya
Health, Noise

Pregnancy exposure to wind turbine noise and adverse birth outcomes: a nationwide cohort study
Author:  Harbo Paulsen, Aslak; et al.
Denmark, Health, Noise

Wind turbine low frequency and infrasound propagation and sound pressure level calculations at dwellings
Author:  Keith, Stephen; et al.
Canada, Noise, Technology

A procedure for deriving wind turbine noise limits by taking into account annoyance
Author:  Fredianelli, Luca; et al.
Health, Noise

Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European Region
Author:  World Health Organization
Europe, Health, Noise, Regulations

Climatic Impacts of Wind Power
Author:  Miller, Lee; and Keith, David
Emissions, Environment

Observation-based solar and wind power capacity factors and power densities
Author:  Miller, Lee; and Keith, David
Environment, Technology, U.S.

Comment to the Iowa Utilities Board
Author:  Swanson, Janna
Economics, Environment, Health, Iowa, Wildlife

Wind turbines and offshore energy development
Author:  Stolp, Nils
Economics, Environment, U.S.

Role of Firm Low-Carbon Electricity Resources in Deep Decarbonization of Power Generation
Author:  Sepulveda, Nestor; et al.
Economics, Emissions

Migratory bats are attracted by red light but not by warm-white light: Implications for the protection of nocturnal migrants
Author:  Voight, Christian; et al.

Derivation and application of a composite annoyance reaction construct based on multiple wind turbine features
Author:  Michaud, David; et al.
Health, Noise, Ontario, Prince Edward Island

Association between self-reported and objective measures of health and aggregate annoyance scores toward wind turbine installations
Author:  Michaud, David; et al.
Health, Noise, Ontario, Prince Edward Island

Response to Noise Emitted by Wind Farms in People Living in Nearby Areas
Author:  Pawlaczyk-Łuszczyńska, Małgorzata; et al.
Health, Noise

Review of the Possible Perceptual and Physiological Effects of Wind Turbine Noise
Author:  Carlile, Simon; Davy, John; Hillman, David; and Burgemeister, Kym
Health, Noise

$2.5 trillion reason we can’t rely on batteries to clean up the grid
Author:  Temple, James
California, Economics, Technology

Unsustainable Wind Turbine Blade Disposal Practices in the United States
Author:  Ramirez-Tejeda, Katerin; et al.

Wind energy in Germany and Europe – Status, potentials and challenges for baseload application – Developments in Germany since 2010
Author:  Linneman, Thomas; and Vallana, Guido
Economics, Europe, Germany, Grid

Sharp Hills Wind Farm: Assessment by Delta Waterfowl
Author:  Petrie, Scott; and Chouinard, Matt
North Dakota, Wildlife

Analysis of near-surface relative humidity in a wind turbine array boundary layer using an instrumented unmanned aerial system and large-eddy simulation
Author:  Adkins, Kevin; and Sescu, Adrian

50 Reasons for Opposing the Crescent Peak Wind Project
Author:  Deever, Donald
Aesthetics, Impacts, Nevada, Regulations

Windschmerz: Can The Planet Survive Industrial Wind Energy?
Author:  False Progress
Environment, Impacts

Blight for Naught: Wind Turbines and the Rationalized Desecration of Nature
Author:  False Progress
Aesthetics, Environment, Impacts, Noise, Property values

Low-frequency outdoor–indoor noise level difference for wind turbine assessment
Author:  Thorsson, Pontus; Persson Waye, Kerstin; Smith, Michael; Ögren, Mikael; Pedersen, Eja; and Forssén Jens

Development of the WHO Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European Region: An Introduction
Author:  Jarosińska, Dorota; Héroux, Marie-Ève; et al.
Europe, Health, Noise

Effects of Different Spectral Shapes and Amplitude Modulation of Broadband Noise on Annoyance Reactions in a Controlled Listening Experiment
Author:  Schäffer, Beat; et al.

Mad River Wind Farm Impact Assessment Study in the Tug Hill Region of New York State
Author:  Newman, David; and Fisher, Brian
Environment, New York

Using residential proximity to wind turbines as an alternative exposure measure to investigate the association between wind turbines and human health
Author:  Barry, Rebecca; Sulsky, Sandra; and Kreiger, Nancy
Health, Noise, Ontario, Prince Edward Island

Predicting the impacts of anthropogenic disturbances on marine populations
Author:  Nabe‐Nielsen, Jacob; et al.

Marginal Emissions Factors for Electricity Generation in the Midcontinent ISO
Author:  Thind, Maninder; et al.
Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Bulk Energy Storage Increases United States Electricity System Emissions
Author:  Hittinger, Eric; and Azevedo, Inês
Emissions, Grid, U.S.

Have fossil fuels been substituted by renewables? An empirical assessment for 10 European countries
Author:  Cardoso Marques, António; Alberto Fuinhas, José; and André Pereira, Diogo
Emissions, Europe, Grid

Burden of proof: A comprehensive review of the feasibility of 100% renewable-electricity systems
Author:  Heard, Ben; Brook, Barry; Wigley, Tom; and Bradshaw, Corey
Emissions, Technology

Market value of variable renewables: The effect of solar and wind power variability on their relative price
Author:  Hirth, Lion
Economics, Europe

Action on multiple fronts, illegal poisoning and wind farm planning, is required to reverse the decline of the Egyptian vulture in southern Spain
Author:  Sanz-Aguilar, Ana; et al.
Spain, Wildlife

Raptor Interactions with Wind Energy: Case Studies from Around the World
Author:  Watson, Richard; et al.

Impacts of Wind Turbines on Redheads in the Laguna Madre
Author:  Lange, Corey; et al.
Texas, Wildlife

Living in habitats affected by wind turbines may result in an increase in corticosterone levels in ground dwelling animals
Author:  Łopucki, Rafał; et al.
Health, Wildlife

Wind turbines impact bat activity, leading to high losses of habitat use in a biodiversity hotspot
Author:  Millon, Lara; et al.
New Caledonia, Wildlife

Does the Presence of Wind Turbines Have Negative Externalities for People in Their Surroundings? Evidence from Well-Being Data
Author:  Krekel, Christian; and Zerrah, Alexander
Germany, Health

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