A new report by Erich P. Malkemper et al. (2018) gives an overview of The impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiation on wildlife (flora and fauna) and current knowledge. The report is a background document to a web conference from Monday 22nd of January to Thursday 25th of January 2018, organized by Eklipse, funding from the European Union (EU).

(Exzerpt:)

The focus was made on wildlife (plants, invertebrates, vertebrates), although a few studies on domestic animals have been included … The range of EMR types has also been restricted to artificial anthropogenic radiations … In total, 147 scientific papers or reviews were identified, and 97 of them were used in the analyses (see list of References) … This final list of publications does not aim to be comprehensive, but to compile a representative set of papers and studies to allow an overview of the current knowledge and gaps …

MALKEMPER Erich P., TSCHEULIN Thomas, VANBERGEN Adam J., VIAN Alain, BALIAN Estelle, GOUDESEUNE Lise (2018). The impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiation on wildlife (flora and fauna). Current knowledge overview: a background document to the web conference … >>>

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