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ACRP 02-35: Research Methods for Understanding Aircraft Noise Annoyance and Sleep Disturbance

…U.S., and to propose alternative research methods for field studies assessing the relationship between aircraft noise and sleep disturbance for U.S. airports. The first phase of this Study included the…

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TRB Releases HMMH-Authored Report on Aircraft Noise Annoyance and Sleep Disturbance

…HMMH is pleased announce the release of Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 17: Research Methods for Understanding Aircraft Noise Annoyances and Sleep Disturbance. HMMH led a research team…

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Standing on the shoulders of giants

…is sponsoring research to design a new national survey of annoyance reactions and sleep disturbance caused by aircraft noise. One objective is to develop an up-to-date, unbiased estimate of the…

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From Whence Came Ldn / DNL 65?

…review of considerable research on the effects of noise on people. Data on speech and sleep interference, hearing loss, physiological stress and health effects, annoyance and community reaction were all…

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A Better Way to Compare Aircraft Noise and Emissions?

…of healthy life lost (e.g., suffering chronic bronchitis). The noise produced disabilities the WHO report examines are cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment in children, sleep disturbance, tinnitus and annoyance. These are…

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Airport Noise and Access Restriction (Part 161) Studies for Los Angeles World Airports

…a.m. when the airport is operating in Over-Ocean Operations or Westerly Flow. Sleep disturbance and environmental justice issues were factors used to justify the restriction. The VNY Study addressed 12…

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So Long Leo, the Last of the Three, and Thanks for BBN

…helped clients sleep better. We worked together in informal teams, the constitution of which changed depending on the challenge at hand. There was no question that anyone could contribute ideas…

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A “perfect storm” – Recent actions by all three branches of the federal government address more types of aircraft noise, and acknowledge that adverse effects extend beyond traditional noise contours.

…maximizing utilization of the existing route flown by helicopter traffic one mile off the north shore of Long Island and thereby reducing helicopter overflights and attendant noise disturbance over nearby…

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Environmental Smackdown – Aviation v. High Speed Rail

…of people exposed to Sound Exposure Levels (SELs) from aircraft flying BOS-NYC high enough to cause speech disturbance (85 dB) ranges from 1,000 to 1,500 (depending on runway, flight path,…

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