Posts Tagged “Columbia University”

Article: new study sheds light on Queens airplane noise and house sales correlation

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Article: new study sheds light on Queens airplane noise and house sales correlation

“Brookville, Howard Beach and Flushing had 96 percent, 88 percent and 66 percent of homes respectively listed in noise-burdened zones. This depicts a pattern of people leaving for greener pastures.” “Last Year, a study from Columbia University showed that the anxiety and depression likely caused by airplane noise could be taking a year of life…

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Cost-Effectiveness of the Year-Round Use of the ‘TNNIS Climb’ In Queens, NY, USA

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Cost-Effectiveness of the Year-Round Use of the ‘TNNIS Climb’ In Queens, NY, USA

Brian Will of Queens Quiet Skies and Dr. Zafar Zafari of the University of Maryland presented at the Aviation Noise and Emissions Symposium in Jacksonville, FL. The event took place this past March. The presentation is titled: Cost-Effectiveness of the Year-Round Use of the ‘TNNIS Climb’ In Queens, NY, USA. It summarizes the conclusions of a…

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Latest Press Articles – February 2019

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Latest Press Articles – February 2019

Welcome back to our website after a year-long break. We have a partnership activity with Columbia University to monitor air traffic noise and study flight patterns around LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy Airport. We are still advocating for quiet skies and chiming in for regulatory comments behind the scenes. Last year’s political environment was extremely…

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