Archive: Jeffery Lichtenhan (5)

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

Lichtenhan, Salt: Amplitude Modulation of Audible Sounds by Non-audible Sounds

Amplitude modulation of audible sounds by non-audible sounds: Understanding the effects of wind turbine noise Jeffery Lichtenhan and Alec Salt, International Congress on Acoustics, Montreal June 2013 Our research has suggested a number of mechanisms by … Read On »

Wind Farms, Sound & Health, Victorian Dept. of Health Report

On April 29, 2013 the Victorian Government Department of Health released two reports on wind farm noise and health. One report is addressed to the general Community, the other is described as a Technical Report Download the Community report … Read On »

Prof. Alec Salt Expresses Deepest Disappointment in Victorian Dept. of Health Report

Alec N. Salt, Ph.D., Professor of Otolaryngology Jeffery T. Lichtenhan, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine… deepest disappointment with the lack of objectivity in the recent report from the … Read On »

Perception Based Protection – Low Frequency Sounds May Not be Enough, Salt, Lichtenhan

Alec N. Salt,  Jeffery T. Lichtenhan,  Department of Otolaryngology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Inter.Noise 2012 Hearing and perception in the mammalian ear are mediated by the inner hair cells (IHC). IHCs are fluid-coupled … Read On »