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U.S. Civil Aircraft Noise Annoyance Survey Design

@inproceedings{Cointin2016USCA,
  title={U.S. Civil Aircraft Noise Annoyance Survey Design},
  author={Rebecca Cointin and Natalia Sizov and James I. Hileman},
  year={2016}
}
Community expectations with respect to noise exposure are changing and what might have been acceptable 15 years ago might not be today. While noise levels might be the same or less due to quieter aircraft, the volume of flights over communities as well as shifts in arrival/departure patterns seems to be shaping perceptions. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) initiated a new community survey to investigate community response to aviation noise. This survey is collecting data from a… 

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