Archive: NHMRC (81)

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Hanning, Dr C. Select Committee on Wind Turbines Submission

Australian Senate SELECT COMMITTEE ON WIND TURBINES Submission No 55 Dr Christopher Hanning, BSc, MB, BS, MRCS, LRCP, FRCA, MD February 2015 Sleep Disturbance and Wind Turbine Noise Contents  Summary Introduction Recent evidence on wind turbine noise, … Read On »

Mortimer, D. & A. Submission to 2015 Select Committee on Wind Turbines

The severity of the symptoms and sensations appear to be gradually worsening…” Introduction My wife (Alida) and I have hosted and resided in close proximity to industrial scale wind power turbines on our farm from late … Read On »

Hetherington J. Open Letter to NHMRC Regarding Research Into Wind Turbines & Health Impacts

I am a PERFECT candidate for research into this noise pollution. My home is TOXIC and I cannot live in it for any length of time. .….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….. From: Jan Hetherington Sent: Wednesday, 30 March 2016 12:14 PM To: ‘nhmrc@nhmrc.gov.au’ <Malcolm.Turnbull.PM@aph.gov.au>; … Read On »

New NHMRC Study to Investigate the Effects of Wind Farms on Human Health

University of New South Wales 22 Mar 2016 UNSW Media Thousands of Australians living near wind farms will soon know if ‘wind turbine syndrome’ actually exists or if their symptoms are the result of the ‘nocebo effect’. Waterloo Wind … Read On »

Low Frequency Noise Conditions to be Replicated for First Major Study, Wind Farms & Sleep

Flinders University – Latest News from Flinders University Low Frequency Noise Conditions to be Replicated for First Major Study on Windfarms and Sleep Posted March 25th 2016 Flinders University’s Associate Professor Peter Catcheside and a team … Read On »

Mitchell, P. Wind Turbine Separation Distances Matter

Prepared by: Peter R Mitchell, AM, BChE peterrmitch@gmail.com June 2014 Summary Siting wind turbines too close together has a number of predictable consequences resulting from the turbulent nature of the air exiting turbines and entering adjacent … Read On »

Lazzaro,K. ABC The World Today Residents Reject Wind Farm Health Findings

Campaigners against wind farms have rejected a report finding no scientific evidence to link wind turbines to health problems. ABC NEWS – The World Today The World Today Kellie Lazzaro 5 Jul 2010 Campaigners against wind farms have … Read On »

Leyonhjelm, Sen. David, Wind Turbines Select Committee Report

Senator David Leyonhjelm. Speech to the Australian Federal Senate Thursday 13 August, 2015 BY AUTHORITY OF THE SENATE SPEECH Senator LEYONHJELM (New South Wales) (18:21): Today I take the opportunity to inform the Senate about the … Read On »

Bell, Dr A. NHMRC Draft Information Paper Submission

The literature that the Information Paper relies on to make its conclusions on noise from windfarms can be characterised as scientifically incomplete and misleading.  This submission is by Dr Andrew Bell, a Visiting Fellow at the … Read On »