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n of agricultural injuries by controlling the noise exposure that leads to hearing loss.

A luncheon presented by Dr. Charles D. Ross of Longwood University will discuss how acoustical phenomena affected the outcomes of Civil War battles. He will explain how acoustic shadows, a catch-all term that encompasses several types of phenomena, can make a person not hear a sound he or she would ordinarily hear or make a person hear a sound he or she would not ordinarily hear. Also among the presentations will be an Army study assessing an improved version of the combat arms earplug. Previous concerns over the plugs fit, comfort and size have been improved, and the plug has been evaluated for performance in a number of different functions.


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Contact: Turner Brinton
tbrinton@aip.org
301-209-3136
National Hearing Conservation Association
8-Feb-2007


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