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The Effects of Low-Frequency Noise and…

The Effects of Low-Frequency Noise and Vibration on People

by Colin H. Hansen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0906522455, Paperback)

For communities near industrial facilities and transportation systems, the health effects of noise and vibration are an important issue, and this collection of articles brings together the latest research on the subject from 30 experts in such varied fields as environmental health, mechanical engineering, occupational health, and psychology. Topics covered include perception thresholds for low-frequency noise, effects in terms of sleep deprivation and overall comfort, and observable physiological effects. Because of the interdisciplinary focus of the material, the findings also highlight issues of interest to corporate research departments, insurance companies, regulatory agencies, and trade unions.

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