Bridlewood Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Information Service
Extensive Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health
Compiled by: Richard W. Woodley
    Government/Official Documents, Reports, Etc.

  1. Ahlbom, Anders, Health and electromagnetic fields, Great Whale Public Review Support Office for the Evaluating Committee (COMEV) ...[et al.], Montreal, 1994.

  2. Bonwick, W.J., Electromagnetic Fields from Overhead Transmission Lines and Underground Cables, State of Victoria Panel Report, Australia, May 30, 1988.

  3. California Department of Health Services, Investigation of Montecito Leukemia and Lymphoma Cluster, Final Report, February 1990.

  4. California Department of Health Services, Montecito Union School Magnetic Field Survey, Draft Report, May 1990.

  5. California Department of Health Services, Potential Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields from Electric Power Facilities: A Report to the California State Legislature by the California Public Utilities Commission in Cooperation with the California Department of Health Services, September 15, 1989.

  6. California Public Utilities Commission, Interim EMF Policy, Decision 9311013, November 2, 1993.

  7. Charron, David, Magnetic Fields in the Workplace, report, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), March 1990.

  8. Committee on Electromagnetic Energy Public Health Issues, Discussion Paper: Strategy for an Australian Research Program into Possible Health Issues Associated with Exposure to Communications Equipment, Department of Communications and the Arts, Commonwealth of Australia, October 1997.

  9. Connecticut Interagency EMF Task Force, Connecticut 1994 Report on Task Force Activities to Evaluate Health Effects from Electric and Magnetic Fields, Division of Environmental Epidemiology & Occupational Health, Connecticut, 1994.

  10. Coughlin, J., EMF State Legislation Summary, Wisconsin Public Service Commission, Chairman National EMF Research Program (NERP) Steering Committee, 608/267-7898, 1992.

  11. Dennis, J.A., C. R. Muirhead, and J. R. Ennis, Human Health and Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation (NRPB-R241), National Radiological Protection Board (United Kingdom), Chilton, (1993).

  12. Electric Transmission Research Needs Task Force, Electric and Magnetic Field Reduction: Research Needs, Washington State Health Department, submitted to Washington State Legislature January 15, 1992.

  13. Empire State Electric Energy Research Corp. (ESEERCO), Plan for Surveying Electric and Magnetic Fields from Overhead and Underground Power Lines in New York State, & Research Plan on Reducing Magnetic Fields Associated with Power Delivery and Use, April 1989.

  14. European Commission, Public health and safety at work - Non-ionizing radiation - Sources, exposure and health effects, Brussels, Belgium, 1996.

  15. IRPA Guidelines on Protection Against Non-Ionizing Radiation, Pergamon, Press, ELmsford, NY, 1991.

  16. Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (United Kingdom), Non-Ionizing Radiation, report (CM253) prepared for United Kingdom Department of Health and Social Security, Her Majesty's Stationary Office, Publication Centre, P.O. Box 276, London, SW8 5DT, United Kingdom, December 1987.

  17. International Labour Office, Video Display Units: Radiation Protection Guidance, prepared by International Non-Ionizing Radiation Committee of the International Radiation Protection Association in collaboration with the International Labour Organization, 1994.

  18. Lindgren, Rolf, High Voltage Power Lines, Health and Environment, Current Knowledge and Research Status 1989, Vattenfall Kraftledningar AB (Swedish State Power Board), 1990.

  19. National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council, Possible Health Effects of Exposure to Electric and Magnetic Fields, National Academy Press, 1996.

  20. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, Biological Effects and Exposure Criteria for Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, NCRP Report 86, Bethesda, MD, 1986.

  21. National Health and Welfare Department (Canada), Health Protection Branch, Public Service Health Bulletin 7, Health and ergonomic aspects of video display terminals.

  22. National Health and Welfare Department (Canada), Health Protection Branch, Investigation of Radiation Emissions from Video Display Terminals, No. 83-EHD-91, June 17, 1983.

  23. National Health and Welfare Department (Canada), Working Group on Electric and Magnetic ELF Fields, Electric and Magnetic Fields and Your Health: A Report, May 1989.

  24. National Radiological Protection Board (United Kingdom), Living with Radiation, booklet, includes chapter on non-ionizing radiation, 1989.

  25. National Radiological Protection Board (United Kingdom), Proposals for the health protection of workers and members of the public against the dangers of extra-low-frequency, radiofrequency and microwave radiations: a consultative document, 1982.

  26. National Radiological Protection Board, (United Kingdom), Restrictions on human exposure to static and time varying electromagnetic fields and radiation, Document of the NRPB 4 (5):169, 1993.

  27. Oregon Department of Energy, Report on Human Health Effects from Exposure to 60 Hz [EMFs] from High Voltage Power Lines, April 1990.

  28. Polish Peoples Republic, Specific requirements for basic safety to protect against electromagnetic non-ionizing radiation harmful to people and their environmeent, Gazette of Current Legislation No. 25, pp. 277-278, November 17, 1980.

  29. Portier, C.J., & M.S. Wolfe, Assessment of Health Effects from Exposure to Power-Line Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, NIEHS Working Group Report, Report No. 98-3981, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, United States National Institute of Health, 522p, August 1998.

  30. Precautionary principle for National Authorities: Guidance for decision makers, National Board of Occupational Safety Publications Service, Sweden. 1996.

  31. Swedish National Board for Electrical Safety, Revised Assessment of Magnetic Fields and Health Hazards, Stockholm, Sweden, 1993.

  32. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Occupational safety standards system. Electrical fields of current industrial frequency of 400 kV and higher. General safety requirements. GOST Standard 12.1002-75, 1975.

  33. United States Congressional Office of Technology Assesment (OTA), Biological Effects of Power Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, 1989.

  34. United States Congress, Electric Power Lines: Health and Public Policy Implications, Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on General Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, (No. 101-13), March 8, 1990.

  35. United States Congress, EMF and High-Voltage Power Lines: A Case study in Michigan, Committee on Science, Space & Technology, House of Representatives,

  36. United States Congress, Federal Research on Electromagnetic Radiation, Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and Environment of the Committee on Science, Space and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives (No. 136), July 25, 1990.

  37. United States Congress, Health Effects of Transmission Lines, Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Water and Power Resources, U.S. House of Representatives, October 6, 1987, Serial No. 100-22, United States Government Printing Office, 1988.

  38. United States Department of Energy, Federal and Non-federal EMF Policy Activities, August 18, 1993.

  39. United States Department of Energy, Potential environmental effects of 765 kV transmission lines. Views before the New York State Public Service Commission. Cases 26529 and 26559, 1979.

  40. United States EMF Rapid Program Interagency Committee, Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF) Research and Public Information Dissemination (RAPID) Program: Research Agenda and Communication Plan, United States Department of Energy and National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 10 pp., 1994

  41. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Electric & Magnetic Fields: EPA Perspective On Research Needs & Priorities For Improving Health Risk Assessment, EPA R&D Office, Wash., D.C. 20460. Doc. EPA/600/9-91/016F, Dec 1992.

  42. United States Environmental Protection Agency, EMF In Your Environment: Magnetic Field Measurements of Everyday Electrical Devices, booklet, 32 pp. 1992.

  43. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Evaluation of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Electromagnetic Fields, 1990.

  44. United States Environmental Protection Agency, The Radiofrequency Radiation Environment: Environmental Exposure Levels and RF Radiation Emmitting Sources, Office of Radiation Programs, Office of Air and Radiation, USEPA, July, 1986.

  45. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Science Advisory Board, Potential Carcinogenicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields, EPA SAB-RAC-92-013, USEPA, Washington, D.C., 1992.

  46. United States Federal Communications Commission, Guidelines for Evaluating the Environmental Effects of Radiofrequency Radiation, August 6, 1996.

  47. United States General Accounting Office, Electromagnetic Fields: Federal Efforts to Determine Health Effects are Behind Schedule, Report to the Chairman, Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives. June 1994.

  48. United States National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Scientific Workshop on the Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields on Workers, proceedings, January 1991.

  49. United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Electric and Magnetic Fields and the Potential Hazard to Human Health, 6 pp., 1994.

  50. United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Health Effects from Exposure to Power-Line Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, May 4, 1999.

  51. United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program, Electromagnetic Fields and the Potential Hazard to Man, 4 pp., February 2, 1993.

  52. United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and United States Department of Energy, Questions and Answers About EMF, Electric and Magnetic Fields Associated with the Use of Electric Power, January, 1995.

  53. United States National Radiological Protection Board, Advice on the protection of workers and members of the public from the possible hazards of electric and magnetic fields with frequencies below 300 GHz: a consultative document, May 1986.

  54. United States National Research Council, Biologic Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields Associated with Proposed Project Seafarer, Assembly of Life Sciences, Division of Medical Sciences, Committee of Biosphere Effects of Extremely-Low-Frequency Radiation, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1977.

  55. United States National Research Council, Possible health effects of exposure to residential electric and magnetic fields, National Academy Press, Washington. 1996.

  56. United States Navy, Compilation of Navy sponsored ELF biomedical and ecological research reports, Naval Research and Development Command, 1975, 1976, 1977.

  57. United States Navy, Proceedings of Ad Hoc Committee for the Review of Biomedical and Ecological Effects of ELF Radiation, 1973.

  58. United States Navy, Project Sanguine Biological Effects Test Program Pilot Studies, Naval Electronics Systems Command, Final Report, November 1970.

  59. United States Navy, Seafarer ELF communication systems draft environmental impact statement for site selection and test operations, Naval Electronics Systems Command, February 1977.

  60. Virginia Department of Health, Monitoring of Ongoing Research on the Health Effects of High Voltage Transmission Lines, published annually.

  61. Wasti, Khizar, Monitoring of Ongoing Research on the Health Effects of High Voltage Transmission Lines, Bureau of Toxic Substances Information, Virginia Department of Health, March 15, 1990.

  62. World Health Organization, Electromagnetic Fields (300 Hz to 300 Ghz), Environmental Heath Criteria 137, Geneva, Switzerland, 1993.

  63. World Health Organization, Environmental Health Criteria 35, "Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Fields", 1984.

  64. World Health Organization, Environmental Health Criteria 69, "Magnetic Fields", 1987.

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