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Denise Wolfe Data Review of the Health Canada Study on Wind Turbines

This is a DRAFT (and far from exhaustive) review of the information provided by Health Canada (HC) pertaining to the HC Wind Turbine Noise Study and is designed to serve as a starting point for further discussion. A review of the information provided by Health Canada with regards to the preliminary results published on the […]

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MA — State’s turbine study must deal with complex science behind sound

Ariel Wittenberg — SouthCoast today — July 1, 2012 TURBINES AND SOUND WAVES Sound is a type of energy created by vibrations. When an object vibrates, it bumps into nearby air particles, causing them to vibrate as well. The vibrations, known as sound waves, spread, decreasing in intensity until the particles run out of energy. […]

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