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Biologic and clinical effects of low-frequency magnetic and electric fields

Symposium and Workshop on the Effects of Low-frequency Magnetic and Electric Fields on Biological Communication Processes Aspen, Colo. 1973.

Biologic and clinical effects of low-frequency magnetic and electric fields

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by Symposium and Workshop on the Effects of Low-frequency Magnetic and Electric Fields on Biological Communication Processes Aspen, Colo. 1973.

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Published by Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magnetic fields -- Physiological effect.,
  • Electric fields -- Physiological effect.,
  • Electromagnetism -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited] by J. G. Llaurado, A. Sances, Jr., and J. H. Battocletti.
    ContributionsLlaurado, J. G., ed., Sances, Anthony, 1932- ed., Battocletti, J. H., ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP82.2.M3 S94 1973
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 345 p.
    Number of Pages345
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5424203M
    ISBN 100398030243
    LC Control Number73018332

    Wever, R. Effects of low-level, low frequency fields on human circadian rhythms. Neuroscience Research Progress Bulletin, 15(1): Silny, J. The influence threshold of the time-varying magnetic field in the human organism. Pp. in Biological Effects of Static and Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields. Llaurado, J. & Sances, A., et al. "Biologic & Clinical Effects of Low-Frequency Magnetic & Electric Fields" Springfield, IL, Chas. C. Thomas Publishing EMF INTERFACE ElectroMagnetic Field Effects .

    Physical laws are reviewed which must be considered in explaining biological effects of low-frequency electric and magnetic fields. Laboratory experiments showing effects of low-intensity fields are summarized, as are epidemiological studies which seem to indicate a possible association between field exposure and adverse health effects.>. power-frequency electric and magnetic fields and their effects on biologic systems is quite different. There is no widely accepted understanding of how extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic fields, such as those associated with the distribution and use of electric power, could cause a disease or whether it causes a disease.

    C oncerns have been raised about the possible biological effects of nonionizing radiation since at least the late s with respect to radar, other radio, and microwave sources. More recent concerns have arisen about the potential effects of low-intensity fields, including low-frequency fields from the electric power generating. @article{osti_, title = {Biological effects of electric and magnetic fields associated with ELF communications systems}, author = {Grissett, J D}, abstractNote = {The U.S. Navy has proposed a submarine communications system that operates at extremely low frequencies (ELF), using a land-based transmitting antenna. Research evaluating the environmental impact of this system has been.


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The flurry of research in this area has contributed greatly to our understanding of the complex electromagnetic environment to which we are exposed but it has not abated the controversy associated with the harmful effects of. M.R.

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Bersani Ed.,This article is a review of the known biological effects caused by the interaction between magnetic fields and living matter together with a survey of the laboratory and epidemiological studies described in the scientific literature.

We focus our attention on static and Extremely Low Frequency (below 3 kHz) magnetic fields. In the ELF range File Size: KB. Concerns have been raised regarding the relationship between electromagnetic fields and human health. Compared to the research on extremely low frequency (ELF) and radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields, very few studies have addressed the biological effects of the electromagnetic field with intermediate frequency (IF) from Hz to 10 by: Abstract: The extent of penetration into tissue of extremely low frequency (ELF) and very low frequency (VLF) electric and magnetic fields is discussed.

Experimental results on the biological effects of such fields of low amplitude are reviewed. The author concludes that while numerous effects have been reported, it is not possible at the present time to decide whether they constitute a health Cited by: However, the many laboratory studies of human exposure to ELF fields have not identified any deleterious acute effects, although data on chronic exposure are lacking.

Studies demonstrating bone growth induced by kilohertz fields are interesting, but there is no evidence of effects of such exposures on healthy tissues. Biological Effects of Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields1 Magda Havas Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada, K9J 7B8, [email protected] INTRODUCTION The biological effects of low frequency electric and magnetic fields2 (EMF) have become a topic of considerable scientific scrutiny during the past two.

logical effects of static magnetic fields and on endogenous electric fields in animals could equally well have been in the Biological and Medicalvolume. We have tried to use the index and cross-references in the chapters to direct the reader to the most relevant linkages, and we apologize for those we have missed.

A.R. Sheppard, and M. Eisenbud, “Biological Effects of electric and magnetic fields of extremely low frequency”, New York University Press, New York (). Google Scholar by: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF EXTREMELY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS: A REVIEW ANDREW A.

MARINO and ROBERT O. BECKER Veterans Administration Hospital, and the Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, New York Reprinted from PHYSIOLOG1CAL CHEMISTRY and PHYSICS Volume 9, Number 2, • GPO BOX NEW YORK, N.Y., Biological effects of extremely low frequency electric and magnetic fields: A review Article (PDF Available) in Physiological chemistry and physics 9(2) February with Reads.

Polk, C.,Sources, propagation, amplitude and temporal variation of extremely low frequency ( Hz) electromagnetic fields: In: Biological and clinical effects of low frequency magnetic and electric by: 5. relatively weak electric and magnetic fields can produce biologic changes.

This report discusses the present state of knowledge on the health effects of low-frequency electric and magnetic fields and describes current U.S. funding levels and research programs.

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