Bridlewood Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Information Service
Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health
Compiled by: Richard W. Woodley
Although extensive this bibliography is by no means a complete listing
of works on this subject as thousands of articles and papers have been
written on it. As well, extensive listings of references may be found in
the United States Environmental Protection Agency document, Evaluation
of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Electromagnetic Fields. Although
some of these references are included in this bibliography, they have not
all been added to it.
Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee Research Collection and bibliographies
A Review of Literature Concerning Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation,
Revision of March 20, 1987, Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee.
References With a Bearing on the Role of Electromagnetic Fields in Causing
and Promoting Cancer: Of Value in Assesing Impact and Mitigation of Harmful
Effects of Hydroelectric Developments and Domestic Power Use, May 14,
1990, Reference Sources: Bonneville Power; B.C. Hydro; Battelle Laboratories,
Compiled by J. Jyrkkanen, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Information obtained via Internet - EMF-BIO Usenet Newsgroup, EMF-Link
WWW Server, etc.
Magazine and Newspaper Articles
Government/Official Documents,Reports, Etc.
Scientific Papers, Reports, Etc.
Scientific Journal Articles
Non-Print Media - Videotapes, TV Programs, Etc.
Appendix 1 - NIEHS Working Group Report - References
Appendix 2 - NIEHS Final Report - References
REVISED FEBRUARY 2000