Sleep disturbance due to noise: current issues and future research.

@article{Hume2010SleepDD,
  title={Sleep disturbance due to noise: current issues and future research.},
  author={Ken I. Hume},
  journal={Noise & health},
  year={2010},
  volume={12 47},
  pages={70-6}
}
There is growing interest in carrying out further research to understand and reduce the impact of aircraft noise on airport neighborhood in anticipation of the projected substantial increase in global aviation. Soundscapes provide new analytical methods and a broader, more comprehensive appreciation of the aural environment, which may have a useful role in understanding noise-induced sleep disturbance and annoyance. Current noise metrics like Leq do not provide a common language to report noise… CONTINUE READING
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