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Versfeld, N.J. and Dreschler, W.A. (2002) The Relationship between the Intelligibility of Time-Compressed Speech and Speech in Noise in Young and Elderly Listeners. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 111, 401-408.

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  • TITLE: Occupational Noise Levels in Two Fish Rearing Buildings at an Aquaculture Facility

    AUTHORS: Jill Voorhees, Michael E. Barnes

    KEYWORDS: Noise, Aquaculture, Fish Hatchery, Tanks, Water Flow

    JOURNAL NAME: Occupational Diseases and Environmental Medicine, Vol.5 No.2, May 27, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Occupational noise is commonly encountered during aquaculture. This study documented noise levels in two buildings at a production fish hatchery, a tank room with 32, 1.8-m diameter tanks, and a rearing pavilion with 32, 6.1-m diameter tanks. With water flowing to all of the tanks in the tank room, mean noise levels were 68.4 dB, and significantly increased to 73.0 dB during tank cleaning and 73.2 dB when intermittent automatic feeders were running. The highest tank room values of 77.1 dB were recorded directly next to individual tanks during cleaning. With water flowing to all of the tanks in the rearing pavilion, mean noise levels were 70.2 dB. A significant increase to 76.1 dB was observed when the pavilion tanks were being power washed, with the highest value of 83.2 dB recorded immediately adjacent to the power washer. Although none of the noise levels exceeded regulatory limits, the use of techniques to reduce occupational noise in aquaculture environments is recommended.