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Dr. Sarah Laurie recommends

Articles, Studies and Books

Frey, Barbara and Peter Hadden. 2012. “Wind Turbines and Proximity to Homes: The Impact of Wind Turbine Noise on Health.”

Ambrose, Stephen & Rand, Robert. 2011.“Bruce McPherson Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise Study.

McMurtry, Professor Robert. 2011. “Toward a Case Definition of Adverse Health Effects in the Environs of Industrial Wind Turbines:  Facilitating a Clinical Diagnosis.” Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society31:316.

Pierpont, Dr Nina. 2009. “Wind Turbine Syndrome, A report on a Natural Experiment.”  Published by K Selected Books, Santa Fe NM.

Harry, Dr Amanda. 2007. “Wind turbines, Noise and Health.”

Leventhall, et al. 2003. “Review of Published Research on Low Frequency Noise and Its Effects,” for DEFRA (UK Department of Food and Rural Affairs), especially page 49, and section 10.

Websites

Australia’s Waubra Foundation

Canada’s Society for Wind Vigilance, whose international group of physicians, engineers and other professionals are advocating for research. SWV sponsored the First International Symposium in October 2010 (“The Global Wind Industry and Adverse Health Effects: Loss of Social Justice?”).

Wind Turbine Syndrome is the website featuring the book of that title by Dr. Nina Pierpont and edited by her husband, Dr Calvin Luther Martin, a retired history professor.  There is a wealth of material, collected over the last 7 years, not confined to health issues.

National Wind Watch captures up-to-date news, videos and documents, and maintains an archive easily searched via a useful search function.

Dr. Laurie welcomes inquiries and can be reached at: Dr Sarah Laurie, CEO Waubra Foundation  sarah@waubrafoundation.com.au  0439 865 914

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