Evaluation of community response to wind turbine-related noise in western New York state.

@article{Magari2014EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of community response to wind turbine-related noise in western New York state.},
  author={Shannon R. Magari and Clinton E Smith and Martin Schiff and Annette C. Rohr},
  journal={Noise & health},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 71},
  pages={228-39}
}
As the boundaries of harvesting wind energy expand to meet the ever-increasing societal energy demands, the number and size of wind turbines being constructed rises. As part of a larger project to monitor sound in an operating wind park in western New York State, a cross-sectional survey was conducted among individuals living in and around the wind park to characterize the perception, level of annoyance, and self-reported health effects of residents. We conducted the study in a 126 MW wind park… CONTINUE READING

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