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Author: et al,Claire Jones
ISBN: 0460058703
Pages 95 pages
Publisher Orion Publishing Co; Revised edition (1975)
Language English
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by et al,Claire Jones


Examines the physical and psychological effects of noise and the controls that would eliminate damaging factors.

Examines the physical and psychological effects of noise and the controls that would eliminate damaging factors. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Andy Wilcoxon on August 11, 2010.

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Pollution: the noise we hear. Are you sure you want to remove Pollution: the noise we hear from your list? Pollution: the noise we hear. by Claire Jones, Steve J. Gadler, Paul H. Engstrom. Published 1972 by Lerner Publications Co. in Minneapolis. Examines the physical and psychological effects of noise and the controls that would eliminate damaging factors.

Noise pollution, also known as environmental noise or sound pollution, is the propagation of noise with harmful impact on the activity of human or animal life. The source of outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused by machines, transport, and propagation systems.

Although noise constantly surrounds us, noise pollution generally receives less . Mayeres et al. also used the same technique and applied it for Brussels with classification in the results.

Although noise constantly surrounds us, noise pollution generally receives less attention than water quality and air quality issues because it cannot be seen, tasted, or smelled. Because much of the noise pollution in natural habitats is caused by vehicle traffic, generators, and development in general, noise pollution often exacerbates the problems associated with habitat destruction and fragmentation (Barber et a. 2010). View chapter Purchase book. Abatement of Noise Pollution.

Steve V. Gadler; Claire Jones. Destination, rates & speeds. 4. Pollution: The noise We Hear. Published by Lerner Publishing Group. ISBN 10: 0822506319 ISBN 13: 9780822506317. Jones, Claire et al. Published by Lerner Publications Company, Minneapolis (1972).

Noise pollution takes place when there is either excessive amount of noise or an unpleasant sound that causes temporary . Most of us are very used to the sounds we hear in everyday life

Noise pollution takes place when there is either excessive amount of noise or an unpleasant sound that causes temporary disruption in the natural balance. Lets have a look at various causes and effects of noise pollution. Most of us are very used to the sounds we hear in everyday life. Loud music, the television, people talking on their phone, the traffic and even pets barking in the middle of the night. All of these have become a part of the urban culture and rarely disturb us. However, when the sound of the television keeps you from sleeping all night or the traffic starts to give you a headache, it stops becoming just noise and starts turning into noise pollution.