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Resource Documents: Noise (694 items)


(noise inside entry vestibule at midnight, 3 1.5-MW GE turbines 1500 feet downwind, Bliss, N.Y.)

Also see NWW press release on noise

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Date added:  May 11, 2024
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Three Decades of Wind Industry Deception: A Chronology of a Global Conspiracy of Silence and Subterfuge

Author:  Stop These Things

In this timeline, STT sets out a chronology of what the wind industry and its pet acoustic consultants knew (and when they knew it); what the wind industry did in response to that knowledge; and how the wind industry and its parasites are fighting tooth and nail at present to ensure that that knowledge has no impact on its freedom to ride roughshod over the human rights, health and well-being of people living next door to wind farms.

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Date added:  April 3, 2024
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Impairment of the Endothelium and Disorder of Microcirculation in Humans and Animals Exposed to Infrasound Due to Irregular Mechano-Transduction

Author:  Bellut-Staeck, Ursula Maria

Abstract: The microcirculation of mammals is an autoregulated and complex synchronised system according to the current demand for nutrients and oxygen. The undisturbed course of vital functions such as of growth, blood pressure regulation, inflammatory sequence and embryogenesis is bound to endothelial integrity. The sensible vasomotion is particularly dependent on it. Mechano-transduction signalling networks play a critical role in vital cellular processes and are the decisive physiological mechanism for an adequate nitric oxide release, the main pathway responsible for the . . .

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Date added:  March 30, 2024
Massachusetts, Noise, Regulations, WildlifePrint storyE-mail story

Pile Driving Noise Survey

Author:  Rand, Robert

Recent whale and dolphin fatalities on the Eastern seaboard, coupled with concerns about the acoustic impact of offshore wind farm construction, prompted an independent investigation to measure and assess underwater noise emissions from pile driving activities. Specifically, this assessment focused on the operations of the pile driving vessel Orion within the Vineyard Wind project area, with recordings taken in the waters southeast of Nantucket Island. Key Findings: Pile driving noise, even with advanced noise-mitigation techniques, rivals the loudness and frequency . . .

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Date added:  March 30, 2024
New Jersey, Noise, Regulations, WildlifePrint storyE-mail story

Sonar Vessel Noise Survey

Author:  Rand, Robert

Reports of recent whale and dolphin deaths on and near the New York and New Jersey shores, and public concerns of marine noise impacts from offshore wind development activities, prompted an investigation into the sonar noise levels produced by exploratory survey vessels working in ocean areas leased by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). This technical report presents the methodology, analysis and results of a brief independent investigation of underwater noise levels from a sonar survey vessel, conducted offshore . . .

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