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Massey Academics Seek Legal Advice

STUFF – Education Janine Rankin, November 16, 2017 Two Massey staff and a Palmerston North consultant are fighting to restore their international reputations after the university’s response to a complaint of dodgy research was released to Australian … Read On »

Rapley et al. Case Report: Cross Sensitisation to Infrasound & Low Frequency Noise

12th ICBEN Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem 18-22 June, 2017 Zurich Bruce Rapley, Huub Bakker, Mariana Alves-Pereira, … Read On »

Ltr to Jacinta Coffey re Latest Research – Ryan’s Hill Permit

6 August, 2017 Mrs Jacinta Coffey Port Fairy, VIC, 3284 Dear Jacinta, As requested, I am providing you with some additional information relating to the known adverse health effects from wind turbine noise that is pertinent … Read On »

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 »