Systematic Review 2013: Association Between Wind Turbines and Human Distress

Guinea-pig-and-wind-farm-2-447x304And again, “Further research is warranted” …

Conclusions

We have demonstrated in our review the presence of reasonable
evidence (Levels Four and Five) supporting the existence of an
association between wind turbines and distress in humans. The
existence of a dose-response relationship between distance from
wind turbines and distress as well as the consistency of association
across studies found in the scientific literature argues for the
credibility of this association. Future research in this area is
warranted.

Read the entire report here: Arra-LynnStudyMay2014

 

One thought on “Systematic Review 2013: Association Between Wind Turbines and Human Distress”

  1. Dr Lynn has been qualified as an expert and will be giving testimony at the Environmental Review Tribunal appeal for Grandbend/Northland project. If you can attend and hear the evidence first hand, it will be a real eye opener.

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