Great coverage of the Tullamore seminar. Well done people!
For those unfortunates forced to live with incessant turbine generated low-frequency noise and infrasound, the cause of the sleep deprivation they suffer is no mystery. Moreover, a menagerie of domestic and wild animals stuck next to wind turbines suffer similar effects, including well-documented increases in the stress hormone cortisol (see our post here).
Dr Mariana Alves-Pereira has been studying the effect of noise and vibration on humans and animals for nearly 20 years. Here’s a summary of her work as reported by the Tullamore Tribune – a video follows, recording the experience of Irish wind farm neighbours, as well as a presentation by Dr Alves-Pereira.
Wind turbines damage human health says Portuguese scientist
6 July 2017
More research will be required to determine safe set back distances from wind turbines, a leading scientist said in Tullamore last week.
Dr Mariana Alves-Pereira was speaking to the Tribune after…
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