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Annex D: NoiseFURTHER INFORMATIONIn addition to the references cited in the text above, further information is also available from thesources below:1. Hubbard, H. and Shepherd, K. (1990). Wind Turbine Acoustics. NASA Technical Paper 3057DOE/NASA/20320-77.2. IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission). IEC 61400-11: Wind turbine generator systems– Part 11: Acoustic noise measurement techniques. Document No. 88/141/CDV.3. Leventhall (2003). A review of published research on low frequency noise and its effects. Areport for Defra. Available at:http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/noise/lowfrequency/pdf/lowfreqnoise.pdf4. National Wind Coordinating Committee(1998). Permitting of Wind Energy Facilities: AHandbook. RESOLVE, Washington D. C.5. Rogers and Manwell (2004). Wind Turbine Noise Issues – White Paper. Renewable EnergyResearch Laboratory, University of Massachusetts.1 Wagner, S., Bareib, R. and Guidati, G. (1996). Wind Turbine Noise. Springer, Berlin.2 Jakobsen, J. (2004). Infrasound Emission from Wind turbines. Proceedings from Low Frequency 2004, 11th Internationalmeeting on low frequency noise and vibration and its control. Information available at:http://www.multi-science.co.uk/lf2004-pro.htm3 Shpilrain, E. (2001). Environmental Aspects of RES Utilization For Distributed Power. Proceedings from Distributed PowerProblems, Opportunities And Challenges. Information available at:http://www.worldenergy.org/wec-geis/news_events/member_news/miec/aspects.asp4 Van de Berg, G. (2004). Do wind turbines produce significant low frequency sound levels. Proceedings from LowFrequency 2004, 11th International meeting on low frequency noise and vibration and its control. Information availableat: http://www.multi-science.co.uk/lf2004-pro.htm5 Beranek, L. and Ver, I. (1992). Noise and Vibration Control Engineering: Principles and Applications. Wiley, New York.6 ISO (1996). 9613-2: Acoustics – attenuation of sound during propagation outdoors. International Organization forStandardization, Geneva.7 Fégeant, O. (1999). On the Masking of Wind Turbine Noise by Ambient Noise. Proceedings from European Wind EnergyConference, Nice, France, March 1-5, 1999.8 WHO (2000). Guidelines for Community Noise. World Health Organisation, Geneva. Available at:http://www.who.int/docstore/peh/noise/guidelines2.html9 ETSU (1996). ETSU R97: The Assessment & Rating of Noise from Wind Farms. Available at:http://www.dti.gov.uk/energy/renewables/publications/noiseassessment.shtml152 Wind Power in the UK sustainable development commission

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