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Wind Turbines Noise and Health: Fact vs. Fiction Simulcast: A NEWEEP Webinar

Wind Turbines Noise and Health: Fact vs. Fiction Simulcast: A NEWEEP Webinar

Date: 7/15/2010

Location: Bourne, MA

The New England Wind Energy Education Project (NEWEEP) and Cape & Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative hosted this free simulcast, an in-person event simultaneously broadcasted as a webinar. Dr. Robert J. McCunney's presentation focused on how wind turbines produce noise and whether this noise has direct effects on human health. The webinar is designed for the general public, local officials, facility siting decision-makers, policy-makers, and others interested in objective information on wind energy impacts.

Audio and text versions of the webinar are available (WMV 27.9 MB) Download Windows Media Player. Time: 01:35:43. Text Version. Dr. McCunney's individual presentation and a bibliography are also available.

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This information was last updated on 7/27/2010

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