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Wind turbines and noise: selected bibliography from "Wind Turbine Syndrome" 

Author:  | Health, Noise

Frey, Barbara J and Hadden, Peter J. February 2007. Noise radiation from wind turbines installed near homes: effects on health. 137 pp. www.windturbinenoisehealthhumanrights.com/ wtnhhr_june2007.pdf

Harry, Amanda. February 2007. Wind turbines, noise, and health. 32 pp. www.windturbinenoisehealthhumanrights.com/ wtnoise_health_2007_a_barry.pdf

Kamperman GW, James RR. 2008. Simple guidelines for siting wind turbines to prevent health risks. Noise-Con, July 28-31, 2008, Institute of Noise Control Engineering/USA.

Kamperman GW, James RR. 2008. The “How To” guide to siting wind turbines to prevent health risks from sound. 44 pp. www.windturbinesyndrome.com

National Research Council. 2007. Environmental Impacts of Wind-Energy Projects. The National Academies Press, Washington, DC. 185 pp, p. 109
docs.wind-watch.org/ NRC_Wind_Report_050307.pdf

Pedersen E. 2007. Human response to wind turbine noise: perception, annoyance and moderating factors. Dissertation, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, Goteborg University, Goteborg, Sweden. 86 pp.

Pedersen E, Bouma J, Bakker R, van den Berg GP. 2008. Response to wind turbine noise in the Netherlands. J Acoust Soc Am 123(5): 3536 (abstract).

Pedersen E and Persson Waye K. 2004. Perceptions and annoyance due to wind turbine noise – a dose-response relationship. J Acoust Soc Am 116(6): 3460-70.

Pedersen E and Persson Waye K. 2007. Wind turbine noise, annoyance and self-reported health and wellbeing in different living environments. Occup Environ Med 64(7): 480-6.

Phipps, Robyn. 2007. Evidence of Dr. Robyn Phipps, in the matter of Moturimu wind farm application, heard before the Joint Commissioners 8th-26th March 2007, Palmerston North [New Zealand]. 43 pp. www.wind-watch.org/ documents/ wp-content/ uploads/ phipps-moturimutestimony.pdf

Style, P, Stimpson I, Toon S, England R, and Wright M. 2005. Microseismic and infrasound monitoring of low frequency noise and vibrations from wind farms. Recommendations on the siting of wind farms in the vicinity of Eskdalemuir, Scotland. 125 pp. www.esci.keele.ac.uk/ geophysics/ News/ windfarm_monitoring.html

van den Berg, GP. 2004a. Do wind turbines produce significant low frequency sound levels? 11th International Meeting on Low Frequency Noise and Vibration and Its Control, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 30 August to 1 September 2004.

van den Berg, GP. 2004b. Effects of the wind profile at night on wind turbine sound. Journal of Sound and Vibration 277: 955-970.

van den Berg, GP. 2005. The beat is getting stronger: The effect of atmospheric stability on low frequency modulated sound of wind turbines. Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration, and Active Control, 24(1): 1-24.

van den Berg, GP. 2006. The sound of high winds: The effect of atmospheric stability on wind turbine sound and microphone noise. PhD dissertation, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. 177 pp. irs.ub.rug.nl/ ppn/ 294294104

van den Berg GP, Pedersen E, Bakker R, Bouma J. 2008a. Wind farm aural and visual impact in the Netherlands. J Acoust Soc Am 123(5): 3682 (abstract).

van den Berg GP, Pedersen E, Bouma J, Bakker R. 2008b. Project WINDFARMperception: visual and acoustic impact of wind turbine farms on residents. Final report, June 3, 2008. 63 pp. Summary: umcg.wewi.eldoc.ub.rug.nl/ FILES/ root/ Rapporten/ 2008/ WINDFARMperception/ WFp-finalsummary.pdf

Preview “Wind Turbine Syndrome”, by Dr. Nina Pierpont.

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