Documents from New Mexico

On infrasound generated by wind farms and its propagation in low-altitude tropospheric waveguides

Marcillo_et_al-2015-journal_of_geophysical_research__atmospheres_thumb Researchers at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories, conducted detailed studies that measured infrasound emitted from the 60-turbine Red Mesa Wind Farm situated in Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, USA. The infrasound was found to travel out to 90 KM from the source. The abstract of the paper is provided below. The full paper can be downloaded from the links on this page.
3 Oct 2015

Taos County application for variance to erect turbines

Application_for_variance_taos_county_nm_thumb Attorney Eliu Romero filed this variance application before the Taos County, New Mexico Planning Commission to erect sixty-five industrial turbines. The purpose of the variance application is to gain permission from the County to place structures in the county that exceed the height limits. Several of Mr. Romero's responses to the application questions suggest he has no knowledge as to the purpose and intent of a variance request or the conditions under which it can be approved. The application inaccurately cites the turbine height at 284-feet rather than 384-feet.
12 Jun 2008

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=New+Mexico&type=Document
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