SUBURBAN NOISE CONTROL WITH PLANTINGS AND SOLID BARRIER COMBINATIONS. RESEARCH BULLETIN
The study of suburban noise control is in response to a demonstrated need for reduced noise levels in residential areas. It is an extension of two previous studies. 'Trees and Shrubs for Noise Abatement' and 'Tree-covered Landforms for Noise Control.' The major objective was to determine effective means for using plant materials to reduce noise in suburban residential areas, particularly traffic noise. Neighborhood noise, such as that generated by power lawnmowers or other small internal combustion engines, was also included in the study.
- Prepared in cooperation with Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, Colo.
University of Nebraska, LincolnDepartment of Engineering Mechanics
Lincoln, NE United States 68588-0531
Rocky Mountain Forest & Range Experiment StationColorado State University, 240 West Prospect Street
Fort Collins, CO United States 80521
- Cook, D I
- Van Haverbeke, D F
- Publication Date: 1977-3
- Pagination: 42 p.
- TRT Terms: Barriers (Roads); Field tests; Internal combustion engines; Location; Measures of effectiveness; Noise barriers; Noise control; Planting; Plants; Recommendations; Residential areas; Shrubs; Sound level; Statistical analysis; Suburbs; Traffic; Traffic noise; Trees; Vegetation; Walls
- Uncontrolled Terms: Barriers; Building sites; Effectiveness; Noise reduction
- Geographic Terms: Nebraska
- Subject Areas: Data and Information Technology; Design; Environment; Highways; Operations and Traffic Management; Research;
- Accession Number: 00185895
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: EM-100
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Dec 29 1979 12:00AM