Credit: Northern Argus,
13 July 2011 ~~
A newly published peer-reviewed study from Danish University researchers into wind turbine noise confirms that newer larger turbines are emitting lower frequency noise than older turbines.
Low frequency noise is the basis of many claims of adverse health effects from rural residents.
Researchers, Henrik Moller and Christian Pedersen, who have written a number of papers on wind turbines, published the paper in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
READ THE FULL STORY IN THIS WEEK’S NORTHERN ARGUS (ISSUE JULY 13, 2011).
13 July 2011
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