The SA EPA preliminary response document summarising submissions to the draft Wind Farms environmental noise guidelines review. Source; https://www.epa.sa.gov.au/files 14779_windfarm_noise_guidelines_consultation_responsesDownload
Salt-A-to-Warpenius-Chair-AAAC-18-9-13Downloads Professor Salt studies the effects of low frequency noise on the ear. He is an expert on the physiology of the ear and understands how infrasonic stimuli cause a response in the ear. In 2013, he wrote to the Chairman of AAAC about peddling misinformation, misdirecting peoples trust and stated it is false to, … Continue reading Professor A. Salt Letter To AAAC
WF-Ltr-to-Chair-AAAC-Final-26-9-13Download 26 September, 2013Mr Martti WarpeniusChairmanAssociation of Australian Acoustical ConsultantsBy email to email@example.comDear Sir,I write to you as Chairman of the Waubra Foundation and also as an engineer with a reasonable level of knowledge of acoustics, a long history of working with Australia’s best neuroscientists, and three years of listening to and observing first hand … Continue reading Letter To Chair AAAC-2013
A Madison County, Iowa, Cardiologist’s Investigation and Response to Industrial Wind Turbines in the Rural Residential Countryside Regarding Concerns of Adverse Health Effects And,Exploration of the Relevant Accompanying Larger Issues W. Ben Johnson, M.D.December 7, 2020 Johnson-health-effects-201207Download 'Seemingly simple and intuitively harmless in design and implementation, when placed too close to human habitation, serious problems … Continue reading Cardiologist’s Investigation and Response To Industrial Wind Turbines
Legal action has been lodged in the Supreme Court of Queensland against the Mt Emerald wind farm and Marshall Day Acoustics. The wind farm noise is claimed to have exceeded noise limits, is causing substantial damage and unreasonable interference to it's neighbour. MDA is claimed to have engaged in deceptive conduct in reports related to … Continue reading Mt Emerald Wind Farm and Marshall Day Acoustics Face Court
Hearing at Low and Infrasonic Frequencies H. Møller and C. S. Pedersen Department of Acoustics, Aalborg University Full Document: Moller-and-Pedersen-Hearing-at-Low-and-Infrasonic-Frequencies-Noise-and-Health-2004 The human perception of sound at frequencies below 200 Hz is reviewed. Knowledge about our perception of this frequency range is important, since much of the sound we are exposed to in our everyday environment … Continue reading Moller H, Pedersen, CS. Hearing At Low And Infrasonic Frequencies- 2004
'An understanding of the nature of the sound pressure waves(v) emitted by turbines and the impacts of that energy upon neighbours is essential to any assessment of the possible breaching of human rights'.
'While increased local connectivity in ACC and rAmyg may only reflect an initial bodily stress response towards (sub-)liminal IS, we speculate that stimulation over longer periods of time could exert a profound effect on autonomic functions and may eventually lead to the formation of symptoms such as sleep disturbances, panic attacks or depression, especially when additional risk factors, such as an increased sensibility towards noise, or strong expectations about the harmfulness of IS are present'.
-Markus Weichenberger, Martin Bauer, Robert Kühler, Johannes Hensel, Caroline Garcia Forlim, Albrecht Ihlenfeld, Bernd Ittermann, Jürgen Gallinat, Christian Koch, and Simone Kühn
The Finnish Association for Environmental Health, established in 2016, is very concerned about human and animal health in these environments. The association urges the health authorities and politicians to quickly grasp this serious matter. – sytep
A new draft of the state's wind farm environmental noise guidelines are open for public consultation to help better address potential noise impacts from multi-stage wind farm developments on people living in close proximity.