Noise Pollution in Developing Countries and in Israel in Particular
Noise can now, all too justifiably, be added to the list of major pollutants. Much has been said about the noise with which we are forced to be acquainted day to day. However, little is known about the psychological and physiological aspects of our exposure. In addition, even in industry where noise is defined as a problem and treated as such, little understanding has been achieved.
KeywordsEnvironmental Noise High Noise Level Traffic Noise Noise Pollution Pneumatic Drill
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