Bridlewood Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) Information Service
Extensive Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health
Compiled by: Richard W. Woodley
    Magazine and Newspaper Articles

  1. Abelson, Philip, editorial, Science, July 21, 1989.

  2. Adam, Mohammed, "Magnetic readings may harm Bridlewood students: report", Ottawa Citizen, January 26, 1990.

  3. Adey, W. Ross, letter to the editor re bioelectromagnetic research and Foster-Pickard commentary, Nature, June 2, 1988.

  4. American Business Law Journal, "Local communities should have more authority over zoning variances for cellular phone towers or similar potential electromagnetic field hazards", December, 22, 1995.

  5. Angier, Natalie, "Rising Incidence of Brain Tumors is Drawing Attention and Concern", The New York Times, July 31, 1990.

  6. Associated Press, "Expert faked cancer data: Scientist quits after inquiry into work on magnetic fields", Ottawa Citizen, July 24, 1999.

  7. Associated Press, "Mouse Research Suggests Cellular telephone-Cancer Connection", May 9, 1997.

  8. Associated Press, "Scientist finds possible power line-cancer link", Ottawa Citizen, November 30, 1989.

  9. Associated Press, "U.S. agency calls for more research on electromagnetic field health risks", Ottawa Citizen, February 28, 1993.

  10. Baer, Nicole, "EMF: Do electromagnetic fields from power lines and household appliances cause cancer? The federal government hopes $1 million and four years of research will find out", Ottawa Citizen, September 9, 1990.

  11. Baram, Michael, "Electromagnetic Fields: Health Risks and Environmental Justice", Toxics Law Reporter, Vol. 3, No. 19, October 7, 1998.

  12. Barrett, Cindy, "Killing Fields", Ottawa Magazine, March 1993.

  13. Barnothy, M.F., et al., "Abnormalities in Organs of Mice Induced by Magnetic Fields", Nature, 221, pp. 270-271, 1969.

  14. Basset, C.A.L., "Premature Alarm over [EMFs]", Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 1990; letters in response, Summer 1990.

  15. Beardsley, Tim, "Shocking Genes: [EMFs] Stimulate Gene Activity", Scientific American, July 1990.

  16. Becker, Robert O., & Andrew A. Marino, "High Voltage Lines: Hazard at a Distance", Environment, November 1978.

  17. Bergman-Venezia, Cathy, "The towering cell site debate: Who'll answer the health, safety call?", Radio Communications Report, Vol. 16, No. 9, March 3, 1997.

  18. Berkowitz, Peggy, "Kanata students boycott classes: Children, adults picket Bridlewood over hydro lines", Ottawa Citizen, May 6, 1989.

  19. Bernard, Susan M., "EMF and the Law", Public Power, Vol. 48, No. 4, July-August 1990.

  20. Between the Lines, periodical, Center for Energy Information, Augusta, Maine.

  21. Bioelectromagnetics, The Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the Society for Physical Regulation in Biology and Medicine, BEMS Society, Frederick, MD.

  22. Bioelectromagnetics Newsletter, a publication of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Frederick, MD.

  23. Boffey, P.M., "Project Seafarer: Critics Attack National Academy's Review Group", Science, 192:1213-1215, 1976.

  24. Borrell, Jerry, ed., "Could Your Computer Be Killing You", etc., Macworld, July, October & December 1990.

  25. Boughner, Nancy, "Two new Swedish studies add credibility to hydro line issue", Kanata Kourier-Standard, April 2, 1993.

  26. Brady, David E., "Granada Hills; Pair Urge Opposition to Cellular Antenna", Valley Edition, Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, November 28, 1995.

  27. Brady, Diane, "Tension in the Air", Maclean's, August 6, 1990.

  28. Branswell, Helen, "Nowadays it's power to the people", Canadian Press, February, 1992.

  29. Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, "Residents to hold meeting on hydro concerns", Kanata Kourier-Standard, June 9, 1992.

  30. Brinkman, Jonathan, "Map Raises Doubts of Power Line Safety", New Haven Register (CT), pp. 15, 21, October 3, 1990.

  31. Brodeur, Paul, "Annals of Radiation: The Hazards of Electromagnetic Fields", Parts I, II & III, The New Yorker, June 12, 19, & 26, 1989.

  32. Brodeur, Paul, "Annals of Radiation: Calamity on Meadow Street" & "Department of Amplification", The New Yorker, July 9, 1990 & November 19, 1990.

  33. Brodeur, Paul, "Annals of Radiation: The Cancer at Slater School", The New Yorker, December 7, 1992.

  34. Brodeur, Paul, "Dangers in the Schoolyard", Family Circle, September 25, 1990.

  35. Brodeur, Paul. "In His Words: Feeling Fatigued and Forgetful? The Power Line Next Door May be the Source of Your Burnout", People, 1989.

  36. Brodeur, Paul, "Radiation Alert", Family Circle, November 7, 1989.

  37. Brodeur, Paul, "The Magnetic Field Menace", Macworld, July 1990.

  38. Browder, Sue, "Warning: Your Home May Be Hazardous to Your Health", New Woman, October 1990.

  39. Buchanan, Carrie, "Hydro Tower Blues: Homes are a tough sale under the humming wires", Ottawa Citizen, January 31, 1990.

  40. Buckley, Fletcher J., "Standard for Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields", Computer, April 1990.

  41. Burns, Melinda, "Pathologist Suggests Montecito Had Cancer Cluster in 1950s", Santa Barbara News-Press, June 14, 1990.

  42. Business Insurance, article re potential liability problem for electrical utilities and appliance manufacturers, February 1, 1988.

  43. CAHVPL Newsletter, Citizens Against High Voltage Power Line, PO Box 464, Athens, WV, 24712, 1994-.

  44. Cameron, Jill, "Testing the Zip in Electromagnetic Power Lines", Intervenor: The Newsletter of The Canadian Environmental Law Association, July/August 1990.

  45. Clark, Joe, "Monitor emissions: health risk or hokum?", Globe and Mail, March 8, 1994

  46. Coghlan, Andy, & Nina Hall, How Magnetic Fields Could Upset Your Ions, New Scientist, August 4, 1990.

  47. Consumers Union, test of electric blankets re EMFs, Consumer Reports, October 1991.

  48. Cunningham, Anne Marie, "Electromagnetic Fields: In Search of the Truth", Popular Science, December 1991.

  49. Current, Newsletter of the Coalition to Reduce Electropollution, Delta, B.C., Spring 1993 - .

  50. Current: The Journal of North Country Action, Potsdam, NY, September 1988.

  51. Current Contents--Life Sciences, "Ill Effects from Power Lines and Appliances", September 18, 1989.

  52. Curtius, Mary, "Ruling Against Power Line Suit Affirmed", Home Edition, Los Angeles Times, Friday, August 23, 1996.

  53. Daly, Christopher B., "Scientists graze on magnetic fields and possible effects on human health", Ottawa Citizen, February 1993.

  54. Davies, Anne, "Fear of frying", article re digital mobile phones, Sydney Morning Herald, May 3, 1997.

  55. DeCicco, John M., Stephen S. Bernow and Jan Beyea, "Environmental concerns regarding electric power transmission in North America", Energy Policy, 20:30-9, January 1992.

  56. Dietrich, Bill, "Of Current Concern", Pacific (magazine in Sunday Seattle Times and Post-Intelligencer), April 8, 1990.

  57. "EcoCancers: Do Environmental Factors Underlie a Breast Cancer Epidemic?", Science News, pp. 10-13, July 3, 1993.

  58. Egan, Kelly, "375 students boycott class to protest hydro lines", Ottawa Citizen, May 13, 1988.

  59. Egan, Kelly, "Parents fighting Kanata power lines transferring children to RC school", Ottawa Citizen, May 14, 1988.

  60. Electrical Sensitivity News, The, Electrical Sensitivity Network, Weldon Publishing, Prsscott, Arizona.

  61. Electrical World, "What Utilities Can Do About the EMF Threat", November, 1988.

  62. Electromagnetic Australian News, Tasmania, Australia.

  63. Electromagnetic Energy Reviews, newsletter, Geoffrey Voss, ed., Voss Associates Engineering, Suite 401, 1011 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C., V8V 3K5.

  64. Electromagnetic Field Health Report, serial, Information Ventures Inc., Philadelphia, PA, USA, June 1993-.

  65. Electromagnetic Field Litigation Reporter, "The monthly journal of record of litigation involving power lines, cellular telephones, radar apparatus and other EMF-emitting products", Andrews Publications, Westtown, PA, USA., May 1993-.

  66. "Electromagnetic Fields", Consumer Reports, pp. 354-359, May 1994.

  67. Electromagnetic News, bi-monthly news report, P.O. Box 25, Liphook, Hants, GU30 76E, United Kingdom.

  68. Electromagnetic News Report, newsletter, Bob Goldblum, R&B Enterprises, West Conshohocken, PA.

  69. Electromagnetics Forum, EMFacts Information Service, Tasmania, Australia, Editor: Don Maisch.

  70. Electronics World + Wireless World, "The Killing Fields - The Epidemiological Evidence", February, 1990.

  71. Elmer-DeWitt, Philip, "Hidden Hazards of the Airwaves", Time, July 30, 1990.

  72. EMF Health & Safety Digest, produced by the EMF Information Project, 2701 University Avenue SE, Suite 203, Minneapolis, MN 55414-3236 USA.

  73. EMF Health Report, published by Information Ventures, Inc. 1500 Locust Street, Suite 1513, Philadelphia, PA 19102-4314 USA.

  74. EMF Litigation News, P.O. Box 248, Chalfont, PA 18914.

  75. EMF News, a publication of Edison Electric Institute (BiWeekly), P.O. Box 2800, Kearneysville, WV 25430-2800 USA.

  76. EMF Papers, biweekly clipping service on non-ionizing radiation, for information contact Louis Slesin at (212) 517-2800.

  77. EMF Update, published for the Electricity Supply Association of Austrailia, Ltd., ESAA EMF Advisory Group, 2nd Floor, 455 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Austrailia.

  78. "EMFs, Melatonin and Breast Cancer", Electromagnetics Forum, Aug/Dec. 1996.

  79. "EMFs Run Around", Science News, pp. 124-127, August 21, 1993.

  80. "Epidemiology Faces Its Limits" (Special News Report), Science, 269, July 14, 1995.

  81. Evenson, Brad, “Hydro lines pose leukaemia risk in children: report - Consistent patterns: Statistics paint picture, but there is no biological explanation”, National Post, June 16, 1999.

  82. Fagin, D., "Are You At Risk From Sick Building Syndrome?". Family Circle, pp. 70-73, April 25, 1995.

  83. "Findings Point to Complexity of Health Effects of Electric, Magnetic Fields", Chemical and Engineering News, pp. 27-33, July 1994.

  84. Fist, Stewart, Cancer scare story you didn't hear", The Australian, May 6, 1997.

  85. Forbes, "Electrophobia", September 4, 1989.

  86. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, article, Winter 1988.

  87. Foster, Kenneth R., "The VDT Debate", The American Scientist, Vol. 74(2), pp. 163-168, 1986.

  88. Foster, Kenneth R., & Bill Guy, "The Microwave Problem", Scientific American, pp. 32-39, Vol: 255(3), September 1986.

  89. Foster, Kenneth R., & William Pickard, "Microwaves: The Risks of Risk Research", Nature, December 10, 1987.

  90. Freedman, Alix M. "Power Lines Short-Circit Sales, Homeowners Claim", Wall Street Journal, December 8, 1993.

  91. Friedman, H., Robert O. Becker, & C.H. Bachman, "Effect of magnetic fields on reaction time performance", Nature, 213:949-950, 1967.

  92. Glazer, Sarah, "Electromagnetic Fields: Are They Dangerous?", Editorial Research Reports, No. 16:238-50, April 26, 1991.

  93. Goldsteen, Joel B., "Viewpoint", Planning, January, 1989.

  94. Goodman, R., & A. Henderson, "Pulsing EMFs Induce Cellular Transcription", Science, 220, pp. 1283-1285, 1983.

  95. Gorman, Christine, "Danger Overhead: Two Swedish studies provide the best evidence so far of a link between electricity and cancer", Time, October 26, 1992.

  96. Gunther, Sally, "If there's a will, there's a way", editorial, Kanata Kourier-Standard, July 2, 1991.

  97. Hamilton, Graeme, "Study links leukemia with magnetic fields", Ottawa Citizen, March 31, 1994.

  98. Hanzan, E., et al., "EMF: How Dangerous", Transmission & Distribution, 43(6), 15-27, 1991.

  99. Harkins & Grissom, "Magnetic Field Effects on B12 Ethanolamine Ammonia Lyase: Evidence for a Radical Mechanism.", Science, 263, pp. 958-960, 1994.

  100. Harmon, Amy, "Plethora of PCS Antennas Raises Controversy", Home Edition, Los Angeles Times Monday, September 9, 1996.

  101. Hecht, Jeff, "How much do a few hertz hurt?" The Economist, April 16, 1988.

  102. Hester, Gordon L., "Electric & Magnetic Fields: Managing an Uncertain Risk", Environment, pp. 6-11, Vol. 34. No.1, January-February, 1992.

  103. Highfield, Roger, "Scientists warn of mobile phone link with cancer", Daily Telegraph (U.K), May 1, 1997.

  104. Hileman, Bette, "Health Effects of Electromagnetic Fields Remain Unresolved", Chemical and Engineering News, pp.15-29, November 8, 1993.

  105. Horvitz, Robert, "Inhabiting the Electromagnetic Environment", Whole Earth Review, Fall 1990.

  106. Howard, Lisa S., "Electric, Magnetic Claims On The Rise", National Underwriter, May 5, 1997.

  107. Hunter, Judy, "Bridlewood - Ten years later: Hydro line legacy still a reminder of hard struggle", Kanata Kourier-Standard, October 11, 1996.

  108. Hunter, Judy, "Shock taught Bridlewood community important lessons", Ottawa Citizen, September 26, 1996.

  109. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, "Questioning Biological Effects of EMF", collection of articles, Vol.15, Number 4, July/August 1996.

  110. Iovine, John, “Electromagnetic Fields and Your Health”, Popular Electronics, March 1993.

  111. Kanata Kourier, Kanata Standard, Kanata Kourier-Standard, continuing coverage from September 1986 to December 1990.

  112. Kennedy, Mark, & David Rooney, "Bridlewood protest halts hydro line crews", Ottawa Citizen, June 5, 1987.

  113. Kennedy, Mark, & David Rooney, "Province halts hydro line work as residents protest health risk", Ottawa Citizen, June 12, 1987.

  114. Kennedy, Mark & Jim Robb, articles, Ottawa Citizen, December 9-18, 1987, January 5-6, 1988.

  115. Kolbert, Elizabeth, "Study Cites incidence of Cancer Near Power Lines" The New York Times, July, 9, 1987.

  116. Kung, H., & C.F. Seagle, "Impact of power transmission lines on property values: A case study, Appraisal Journal, 60:413-418, 1992.

  117. Kunka, Jill, "EMF: What We Know About the Health Effects", Rural Electrification, July 1990.

  118. Lalonde, Michelle, "Parents fear results will come too late" & "Hydro line risks still not known", The Globe and Mail, July 19, 1990.

  119. Landsberg, Michelle, “Let's act now to curtail cancer epidemic”, Toronto Star, June 20, 1999.

  120. Lawes, Debbie, "International Women's Week: Bridlewood women take on a David vs Goliath battle", Kanata Standard, March 5, 1987.

  121. Lawes, Debbie, "The lines are up but lobby group keeps on fighting", Kanata Standard, December 20, 1989.

  122. Lewis, Peter, "Of Magnetism and Monitors", The New York Times, August 7, 1990.

  123. Lewis, Peter, "Worries About Radiation Continue as Do Studies", The New York Times, July 8, 1990.

  124. Liboff, A.R., Jr., T. Williams, D.M. Strong, & R. Wistar, Jr., "Time-varying magnetic fields: Effect on DNA synthesis", Science, 223:818-820, 1984.

  125. Lindgren, April, "Hydro lines may affect our health", Ottawa Citizen, September 26, 1986.

  126. Lindley, David, "Risky Arguments Over Cause and Effects", Nature, August 9, 1990.

  127. Los Angeles Times, "EM Radiation Exposure May Be Tied to a Higher Risk of Breast Cancer", Thursday, August 22, 1996.

  128. Los Angeles Times, "High Tension: Concern About Potential for Health Risks Make Homes Near Power Lines Hard or Impossible to Sell." August 13, 1995.

  129. Mangold, Tom, "The Killing Fields", The Listener, March 28, 1988.

  130. McGinnis, Bill, "Of Monitors and Emissions", Byte, September 1990.

  131. Mc.Ginnis', Waly & Chris Anderson, "Cellular Phoneds and Health", Ecological Health Alliance Support News, Issue 12, pp 8-9, Box 300033, Saanich Centre PO, Victoria, BC, V8X, Summer 1999.

  132. McKenna, Brian, "Is your TV zapping back? Reports of radiation from electrical devices spark controversy", Ottawa Citizen, January 31, 1993.

  133. Messina, Frank, "Mission Viejo; Planners Reject Bid for Microwave Tower", Orange County Edition, Los Angeles Times, Friday, March 22, 1996.

  134. Michaels, Evelyne, "The Electromagnetic Controversy", Chatelaine, August 1990.

  135. Microwave News: A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation, Louis Slesin, ed. and publisher, P.O. Box 1799, Grand Central Station, New York, NY, 10163, (bimonthly).

  136. Miller, M.W., "Biological Effects from Exposure to Transmission Line Electromagnetic Fields", Right-of-Way, pp. 8-15, June 1983.

  137. Mittelstaedt, Martin, "Magnetic fields, leukemia linked", Globe and Mail, March 31, 1994.

  138. Morgan, M.G., "Exposé Treatment Confounds Understanding of a Serious Public Health Issue" (a review of Brodeur's Currents of Death), Scientific American, April 1990.

  139. Morgan, M. G., H.K. Florig, I. Nair, & G. Hester, "Controlling Exposure to Transmission Line Electromagnetic Fields: A Regulatory Approach That is Compatible with the Available Science", Public Utilities Fortnightly, pp. 49-58, March 17, 1988.

  140. Mostyn, Richard, three part series on Bridlewood hydro line struggle, Kanata Standard, January 5, 11, & 18, 1989.

  141. Munter, Alex, "Concerns over lines shows up in kids' poems", Kanata Kourier, November 25, 1988.

  142. Munter, Alex, "Determination characterizes Judy Hunter, Kanata's newsmaker of 1987", Kanata Kourier, January 7, 1988.

  143. Nature, "Review Panel Blasts EPA Report on EMFs", August 29, 1991.

  144. Network News, newsletter, National EMR Alliance, New York, NY.

  145. New Scientist, "Electricity blamed for childhood cancers...", January 15, 1987.

  146. New York Times, "Cancer Fear Is Unfounded, Physicists Say" May 14, 1995.

  147. Newsweek, article, July 10, 1989

  148. O'Brien, Claire, "Are pylons and radon a lethal cocktail?", New Scientist, February 17, 1996.

  149. Palfreman, Jon, "Apocalypse Not", Technology Review, 99:24-35, 24 April 1996.

  150. Pallone, F., "Expert Opinion", in "EMF: How Dangerous?", Transmission and Distribution Health and Safety Report, pp. 15-30, June 1991.

  151. Park, C.G., & R.A. Helliwell, "Magenetospheric effects of power line radiation", Science, May 1978.

  152. Park, Robert, "With Alarming Frequency", The New York Times, September 1, 1991.

  153. Paul, Bill, "Men Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields In Study Have Slower Motor Responses", The Wall Street Journal, December 6, 1989

  154. Perre, Janine, letter to the editor re Foster-Pickard commentary, Nature, May 5, 1989.

  155. Peterson, Cass, "The Zapping of Post Electrical Man", The Washington Post, December 6, 1987.

  156. Philips, Alasdair, "Measuring Magnetic Fields in Your Own Home", Electronics World + Wireless World, pp. 281-283, Vol. 97, No. 1673, April 1992.

  157. Philips, Alasdair, "Power Politics: Playing with Children's Lives", Electronics World + Wireless World, pp. 277-280, Vol. 97, No. 1673, April 1992.

  158. Pool, Robert, "Is There an EMF-Cancer Connection?", "[EMFs]: The Biological Evidence", "Flying Blind: The Making of EMF Policy", Science, September 7, 21, & October 5, 1990.

  159. "Prudent Avoidance", Public Utilities Fortnightly, pp. 26-29, March 15, 1992.

  160. Raeburn, John, "The Switched-On House: Concerns Grow About [EMFs] and Household Devices", American Health, March 1990.

  161. Raloff, Janet, "EPA Suspects ELF Fields Can Cause Cancer", Science News, Vol. 137, June 30, 1990.

  162. Raloff, Janet, "EMFs' Biological Influences: Electromagnetic Fields Exert Effects On and Through Hormones", Science News, Vol. 153, pp. 29-31, Jan. 10, 1998.

  163. Reed, N. "EMF in Sweden: Utilities & Citizens", EMF Health and Safety Digest, pp. 8-13, July/August 1993.

  164. Richards, Bill, "Electric Utilities Brace for Cancer Lawsuits Though Risk is Unclear", The Wall Street Journal, February 5, 1993.

  165. Riley, Karl., "The Professional EMF Home Survey", EMF Health Report, July 1994.

  166. Robb, Jim, "Hydro utilities probing cancer risk from power lines", Ottawa Citizen, January 15, 1988.

  167. Rooney, David, "The people vs. power: Hydro says Bridlewood line is safe, health risks are difficult to prove", Ottawa Citizen, June 22, 1987.

  168. Rothwell, Marg, "Concern over hydro lines", Kanata Kourier-Standard, May 19, 1992.

  169. Rothwell, Marg, "Bridlewood residents live quietly but... Hydro lines omnipresent", Kanata Kourier-Standard, June 12, 1992.

  170. Rothwell, Marg, "Carleton Board will retain school site: Bridlewood hydro lines prove a contentious issue for trustees", Kanata Kourier-Standard, Nov. 15, 1990.

  171. San Antonio Light, Texas, "Power Line Lawsuit Jolts HL&P, Jury Tops $25 Million Award for Houston School District", November 29, 1985.

  172. Savage, J.A., "Are Computer Terminals Zapping Workers' Health, Business and Society Review, Winter 1993.

  173. Scanlan, Larry, "The Killing Fields", Harrowsmith, January/February 1991.

  174. Schiefelbein, S., "The Invisible Threat", Saturday Night Review, pp. 16-30, September 15, 1979.

  175. Scott, G., "Free Radicals provide a mechanism for EMFs to promote cancer", Electromagnetic News, December, 1992 and Open Forum on Health (prev. Hauora), Spring 1993.

  176. Shabecoff, Philip, "U.S. Sees Possible Cancer Tie to Electromagnetism" The New York Times, May 23, 1990.

  177. Shaw, K.R., "EHV and the environment: The tip of the iceberg", reprinted from Electric Light and Power, T/D ed., August 1974.

  178. Shulman, Seth, "All Aboard the Bandwagon", Nature, August 16, 1990.

  179. Shulman, Seth, "Cancer Risks Seen in [EMFs]", Nature, June 7, 1990.

  180. Shute, N., "The other kind of radiation. It comes from power lines, appliances, VDTs--and surrounds us. But is it safe?", American Health, pp. 54-59, July/August 1986.

  181. Silva, Jeffrey, "New study links cancer to phones", Radio Communications Report, May 5, 1997.

  182. Slesin, Louis, "Uncovering Radiation: VDT Stories That Still Don't Make The News", Columbia Journalism Review, July/August 1990.

  183. Slovic, P., "Perception of Risk", Science, 236, pp. 280-285, April 17, 1987.

  184. Southern, W.E., "Orientation of Gull Chicks Exposed to Project Sanguine's Electromagnetic Field", Science, pp. 143-144, July, 11, 1975.

  185. Specter, Michael, "Can Human Disorders Flow From Waves of Household Current", Washington Post, May 7, 1990.

  186. Stazer, Alan K., and James D. Otto, "Do You or Your Business Have Exposure to EMF Claims?", Benchmark, Summer, 1995.

  187. Stefanac, S. "At Arm's Length", MacWorld, July 1990

  188. Taubes, G., "Fields of Fear", Atlantic Monthly, pp. 94-108, November 1994.

  189. Taylor, Paul, "Scientists split on health risks of electrical fields", Globe and Mail, March 31, 1994.

  190. The Groundwave, "Biological Effects and Potential Hazards of Radiofrequency Radiation...and its Potential Impact on Amateur Radio", March 1994.

  191. Thomas, J.R., Burch, L.S. and Yeandle, S.C., "Microwave radiation and chlordiazepoxide: synergistic effects on fixed interval behavior", Science, 203:1357-1358, 1979.

  192. Thomas, J., et al., "Microwave Radiation & Chlordiazepoxide: Synergistic Effects on Fixed-Interval Behavior", Science, 203(30), 1357-1358, March 1979.

  193. Toufexis, Anastasia, & Bruce van Voorst, "Panic over Power Lines", Time, July, 17, 1989.

  194. "Towering Cell Site Debate, The: Who Will Answer The Health & Safety Call?", RCR - Radio Communications Report, Mar. 3, 1997.

  195. Transmission & Distribution, "EMF: How Dangerous?", 16 p., June 1991.

  196. Transmission/Distribution Health and Safety Report, 800 Washington Ave., SE, Suite 105, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55414 (monthly).

  197. Tyler, Tracey, "Are invisible energy fields a hazard?", Toronto Star, September 23, 1990.

  198. Tyson, Rae, "Questions Raised About Power Lines and Health", USA Today, March 15, 1990.

  199. Vanvig, John, "Effect of Electric Fields Remains Unclear", Wisconsin REC News, Vol. 51, No. 1, July 1990.

  200. Vitale, L., "The Invisible Threat", Risk Management, 45(7):42-45, July 1998.

  201. Wall Street Journal, "Everyday Electric Items Are Causing Concern", September 25, 1990.

  202. Wall Street Journal, "The Gaussmeter: A Hot New Gadget", December 8, 1993.

  203. Watson, T., & M. Warnquist, "EMF: Liability, Prudent Avoidance and Communication", The Electricity Journal, 4, April 1991.

  204. Weaver, James, & Dean Astumian, article re biological responses to very weak electric fields, Science, p. 459, January 26, 1990.

  205. Weisman, Mary-Lou, "Should You Be Worried About Electricity", Woman's Day, May 22, 1990.

  206. Wellborn, Stanley N., "An Electrifying New Hazard", U.S. News & World Report, March 30, 1987.

  207. Wertheimer, Nancy, & Ed Leeper, "Some Supplementary Analyses of Data from the Two Epidemiological Studies in the New York Power Lines Project", Unpublished Report, Summary in Transmission/Distribution Health and Safety Report, 6(6), 1988.

  208. Wilton, Kelly, "Hydro to Conduct Safety Tests on Power Lines", Ottawa Citizen, June 26, 1993.

  209. Wilton, Kelly, "Nepean to Ask Hydro to Test Force Field of Lines Above Pitch", Ottawa Citizen, June 24, 1993.

  210. Wilton, Kelly, "Power Lines Give Soccer Players Electric Shocks", Ottawa Citizen, June 23, 1993.

  211. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, four part series on Bridlewood hydro line struggle, Kanata Kourier-Standard, June 5, 7, 12, & 19, 1990.

  212. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, "Bridlewood Hydro Line Committee Joins Freenet", Kanata-Kourier Standard, May 18, 1993.

  213. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, "Holding of New Joint Board Hearings on Bridlewood Hydro Line Routing Decision Crucial, Says BRHLC", Kanata Kourier-Standard, March 12, 1991.

  214. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, "EMF Health Issue Grows as BRHLC Updates Freenet", Kanata Kourier-Standard, April, 22, 1994.

  215. Woodley, Richard W., Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee, "Zip Zapping Away: Hydro Lines and Health", Intervenor: The Newsletter of The Canadian Environmental Law Association, May/June, 1989.

  216. Yarrow, David, "Return of the Dragon: The Hazards of Man-made Magnetism & The Growing Concern over Health and Powerlines", Parts I, II and III, Solstice, May, June, & July 1990.

  217. Yeandle, "Microwave Radiation and Chlordiaqepoxide: Synergetic Effects on Fixed Interval Behaviour", Science, Vol. 203, March 30, 1979)

  218. Young, L.B., & H.P. Young, "Pollution by electrical transmission", Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist, pp. 34-38, December 1974.