Interesting paper that challenges the conclusions published using the data collected for a study concerning sleep disturbance and wind turbine noise from a wind project located in West Lincoln, Ontario. Turbines up, documented acoustical environmental changes, sleep disturbances. Does the data support and validate the conclusions published in “The impact of psychological factors on self-reported sleep disturbance among people living in the vicinity of wind turbines,” by Leila Jalali, Mohammad-Reza Nezhad-Ahmadi, Mahmood Gohari, Philip Bigelow, & Stephen McColl, published in environmental research, volume 148, July 2016, 401–410″? Not everyone agrees.
READ A DIFFERENT CONCLUSION: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2016.12.022
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