2 edition of Effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife found in the catalog.
Effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife
Douglas N. Gladwin
by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Research Center in Fort Collins, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Douglas N. Gladwin, Karen M. Manci, and Rita Villella.|
|Contributions||Manci, Karen M., Villella, Rita., National Ecology Research Center (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Air Force Engineering and Services Center (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QH545.A3 G58 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 78 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||88603032|
With the sonic boom (shock waves produced by an object moving faster than the speed of sound) at our threshold, mankind gets threatened with the most awesome noise pollution. According to Prof. Garret J. Hardin, “Sonic boom has been much worse than noise. Experiencing it is like living inside a drum beaten by an idiot at insane intervals”. Effects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife. Bibliographic Abstracts. NERC/ U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Ecology Research Center, Ft. Collins, Colorado. Green, K.B., B.S. Pasternack, and R.E. Shore. Effects of Aircraft Noise on Reading Ability of School-Age Children.
Effects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife: A Literature Synthesis, , Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, National Ecology Research Center, NERC 88/ 88 pages. Manci, K. M. et al. visual effects of the aircraft and the associated noise: persistent noise for subsonic aircraft or sonic boom noise for supersonic flight. Any visual impacts would be most likely to occur.
Effects of Aircraft Noise And Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife: A Literature Synthesis (). This is a report compiling results of many studies researching noise and its effects on wildlife. The studies focused primarily on mammals and birds, but also includes fish, amphibians reptiles and invertebrates. Noise Basics and the Effect of Aviation Noise on the Environment 1. Basics of Sound Noise is unwanted sound. Sound is all around us; sound becomes noise when it interferes with normal activities, such as sleep or conversation. Sound is a physical phenomenon consisting of minute vibrations that travel through a medium, such.
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The purpose of this document is to provide an information base on the effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on various animal species. Such information is necessary to assess potential impacts to wildlife populations from proposed military and other flight operations.
To develop this document the National Ecology Center conducted a literature search of information pertaining to animals and. The sonic boom levels varied between 60 and Pa, with corresponding indoor levels between 20 and Pa.
Exposure to sonic booms, subsonic aircraft noise, and a pistol shot all caused a. Effects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife: Bibliographic Abstracts PERSONAL AUTHOR(S) Gladwin, Douglas N, Manci, Karen M, and Villella, Rita 13a TYPE OF REPORT 13b TIME COVERED 14 DATE OF REPORT (Year, Month, Day) 15 PAGE COUNT FROM TOJune 78 SUPPLEMEN'TARY NOTATION Cited by: 4.
NPC Library: Effects Of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife: A Literature Synthesis EFFECTS OF AIRCRAFT NOISE AND SONIC BOOMS ON DOMESTIC ANIMALS AND WILDLIFE: A LITERATURE SYNTHESIS By Karen M. Manci TGS Technology, Inc. Fort Collins, CO Douglas N.
Gladwin U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This is followed by separate chapters on the physiological responses of large domestic animals to various sound environments; the effects of sonic booms on native fauna; wildlife-powerline interactions; the effects of transmission line audible noise on wildlife; and the effects of acoustical noise on selected marine biological Edition: 1.
Effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife: a literature synthesis. NERC 88/29, AFESC RE J.P. Muldoon R.L. Miller () ArticleTitle Low levels of aircraft noise from expanded east coast plan operations. Bradley, F, Book, C., Bowles, A.E.: Effects of Low-altitude Aircraft Overflights on Domestic Turkey Poults, U.S.
Air Force, Noise and Sonic Boom Impact Technology Program, Report No. HSD-TR (June ) Google Scholar. This biological resources appendix addresses the effects of aircraft noise, including sonic booms, on wildlife and domestic animals. This appendix also considers the effects of training chaff and flares on biological resources under the training airspaces used by the FC, FE, and the.
Many researchers have set out to study the effects of noise on animals, especially aircraft noise, for the past 20 years yet have failed in properly describing the noise their subject animals were exposed to.
In the Air Force began a series of wildlife studies to determine the effects of aircraft noise. Research included effects on Desert Bighorn Sheep, caribou, kit fox, domestic turkeys. Journal of Sound and Vibration ()33(4), SONIC BOOM EXPOSURE EFFECTS--A FIELD STUDY HUMANS AND ANIMALS-t" R.
RYLANDER AND S. SORENSEN Department of Enviromnental Hygiene, National Environment Protection Board, Stockholm, Sweden ON B. ANDRAE Institute of Aviation Medicine, Flight Test Center, 13 Linkb'phtg, Sweden G.
An information base on the effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on various animal species is necessary to assess potential impacts to wildlife populations from proposed military flight operations. Thus, in a joint U.S. Air Force/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service effort, the National Ecology Research Center conducted a literature search of information pertaining to animal hearing and the.
Effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife. Fort Collins, CO ( Redwing Rd., Fort Collins ): U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Research Center,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type.
Effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Ecology Research Center,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.
• Noise and Sonic Boom Impact Technology – Began into answer noise unknowns that arose in environmental assessments of airspaces – Continued through mids • Studies of boom effects on people, domestic animals, wildlife, structures • Improved sonic boom prediction models.
studies reported the effects of aircraft noise on domestic animals as inconclusive, a majority of the literature to habituate to the disturbances over a period of time. Although it is not possible to generalize a dose-response relationship for all wildlife and farm animals, the reader is referred to specific Tables A1 through A4 in chapter nine of Appendix A for a summary of findings of effects of aircraft noise and sonic booms.
Effects on wildlife of noise associated with military training activities, especially vehicle noise, artillery, small-arms and other blast noise, and helicopter noise, are reviewed, but not effects on aquatic animals and effects of fixed-wing aircraft engine noise and sonic booms. Engineering and Services Center, U.S.
Air ForceEffect of aircraft noise and sonic booms on domestic animals and wildlife: a literature synthesis "In a survey of farm animals in the vicinity of Edwards Air Force Base, sonic booms had no significant effect on turkey egg production (Casady and Lehmann ).
Since no criteria have been established as far as measurement and recording of sound stimuli and animal responses to these stimuli, it is difficult to compare the effects of noise on one type of domestic animal with effects found in other domestic animals.
Effects of Noise on Mammals Swine exposed to five trials of aircraft sound of dB. A sonic boom is the sound associated with the shock waves created whenever an object travels through the air faster than the speed of booms generate enormous amounts of sound energy, sounding similar to an explosion or a thunderclap to the human ear.
The crack of a supersonic bullet passing overhead or the crack of a bullwhip are examples of a sonic boom in miniature. This synthesis report includes annotation of eight recent reports on aviation low frequency noise and vibration.
â ¢ Chapter Nineâ Aviation Noise Effects on Wildlife and Domestic Animals The effects of aviation noise on animals have been studied rather extensively over the past 20 years, with much of the work being conducted by U.S. Air.Research on noise effects in domestic animals include studies of hearing, behavioral, and physiological responses to different noise sources including: aircraft flyovers and sonic booms, loud noise produced in a laboratory (white noise, music, pure tones, etc.), species-specific distress calls, exploding paper bags, motorboat noise, and.Effects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on Domestic Animals and Wildlife: Bibliographic Abstracts.
This report is a compilation of current knowledge of the impacts aircraft noise and sonic booms have on animals. Abstracts of over studies are given.