Archive: Concerned Professionals (305)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Gohlke et al. Sustainable Energy Choices for a Nation

Environmental Health Perspectives • VOLUME 116 | NUMBER 6 | June 2008 Perspectives Editorial – Health, Economy, and Environment Julia M. Gohlke, Sharon H. Hrynkow, Christopher J. Portier “We must ..begin to identify how changes to … Read On »

Cooper, A. A New Methodology for Investigating ILFN Complaints

Paper presented by Steven Cooper in Zurich at the 12th ICBEN Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem. By … Read On »

Stigwood, M. Excess Amplitude Modulation – Failure of Wind Farm Noise Controls

IOA good practice guide, excess amplitude modulation and the failure of wind farm noise controls Mike Stigwood, MAS Environmental Ltd Acoustics Bulletin November/December 2013 pages 18-22 November 29, 2013 • Noise, Regulations, U.K. In August 2013 … Read On »

Stange-Marten et al. Input Timing for Spatial Processing…..

Input timing for spatial processing is precisely tuned via constant synaptic delays and myelination patterns in the auditory brainstem Annette Stange-Marten,  Alisha L. Nabel, James L. Sinclair, Matthew Fischl, Olga Alexandrova, Hilde Wohlfrom, Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug, Michael … Read On »

Auditory Processing: Where Microseconds Count

Neuroscience News Auditory Processing: Where Microseconds Matter Neuroscience News May 30, 2017 Summary: Researchers identify a mechanism that allows mammals to perceive minimal differences in timing of signal reception in order to localize sounds. Source: LMU. … Read On »

La Marca-Ghaemmaghami et al. Mother’s Stress Affects Baby Through Amniotic Fluid

Study reveals corticotropin-releasing hormone can rise in amniotic fluid when the mother is stressed over long periods of time while pregnant Neuroscience News May 29, 2017 Pearl La Marca-Ghaemmaghami, Sara M. Dainese, Günter Stalla, Marina Haller, … Read On »

Evans, A. Environmental Noise Pollution: Has Public Health Become Too Utilitarian?

Evans, A. (2017) Environmental Noise Pollution: Has Public Health Become too Utilitarian? Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 80-109. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55007 May 12, 2017 Abstract Environmental noise pollution is an ever-increasing problem. The various sources: Aircraft, Road … Read On »

Bronzaft, A. Impact of Noise on Health: The Divide Between Policy & Science

Bronzaft, A.L. (2017) Impact of Noise on Health: The Divide between Policy and Science. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 108-120. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55008 May 12, 2017 Abstract In her chapter “Sources of Noise” in Noise and Health, … Read On »

Devlin, C. Freedom From Unwarranted Experimentation

Devlin, Curt (2017) Freedom from Unwarranted Experimenta- tion. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 23-48. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55003 May 9, 2017 Abstract This is a declaration of the fundamental human right of all people, simply by virtue of … Read On »

Krogh, Horner. Human Health, Rights & Wind Turbine Deployment in Canada

Krogh, C. and Horner, B. (2017) Human Health, Rights and Wind Turbine Deployment in Canada. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 166-185. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55012 May 17 2017 Abstract Canada has ratified international conventions which recognize the individual’s … Read On »