Wind farms an audible annoyance

By Margo White In Health

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23rd July, 2011
Whenever the sound of a wind farm hits the press or the environmental courts, there are usually two polarised sides of the argument: complainants who say they can’t sleep at night and/or concentrate during the day, and those who suggest the complainants are hearing things. Whether the noise generated by wind farms is unreasonably intrusive is a moot point and has been for some time. Which is why engineers at the University of Adelaide are researching the specific character of the sound of the ...

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