Some of the growing number of professional organizations and publications recognizing health concerns from wind turbine noise:
- Hearing Research: “Responses of the ear to low frequency sounds, infrasound and wind turbines”, A. N. Salt and T. E. Hullar, Hearing Research, Sept. 1, 2010: http://www.wind-watch.org/documents/?p=1855
- Vestibular Disorders Association: “Wind Turbines Can Affect Inner Ear Function”, editorial, On the Level: Quarterly Newsletter of the Vestibular Disorders Association, Summer 2010: http://www.windturbinesyndrome.com/news/?p=9605
- Audiology Today: “Wind-turbine noise: What audiologists should know”, Jerry Punch, Richard James, and Dan Pabst, Audiology Today, July-Aug. 2010: https://wind-watch.org/doc/?p=1827
- British National Health Service: “Wind turbine sound ‘needs research’”, Jan. 2010: http://www.nhs.uk/news/2010/01January/Pages/Wind-turbine-sound-and-health.aspx
- Maine Medical Association: “Resolution Concerning Wind Energy and Public Health”, adopted Sept. 11-13, 2009: http://www.wind-watch.org/documents/?p=1505
- National Institutes of Health: “Health, Economy, and Environment: Sustainable Energy Choices for a Nation”, Julia M. Gohlke, Sharon H. Hrynkow, and Christopher J. Portier, guest editorial, Environmental Health Perspectives, June 2008: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2430245/
- National Academies of Science: “Environmental Impacts of Wind-Energy Projects”, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, 2007: http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=11935&page=156
- French National Academy of Medicine: “Le retentissement du fonctionnement des éoliennes sur la santé de l’homme [Repercussions of wind turbine operations on human health]”, Claude-Henri Chouard, adopted March 14, 2006: http://www.wind-watch.org/documents/?p=31
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