Bridlewood Bibliography on Electromagnetic Fields and Health

    Scientific Papers, Reports, Etc.

  1. Adair, Eleanor, Currents of Death Rectified, paper, 1991.

  2. Adey, W. Ross, Cell Membranes, Electromagnetic Fields and Intercellular Communication, International Conference on Dynamics of Sensory and Cognitive Processing in the Brain, Berlin, August 1987.

  3. Adey, W. Ross, Electromagnetic Fields: Cell membrane amplification and cancer promotion, Review paper presented at the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Annual Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, 1986.

  4. Adey, W. Ross, Evidence For Tissue Interactions With Microwave and Other Nonionizing Electromagnetic Fields in Cancer Promotion, First International Seminar, "The Biophysics of Cancer", Charles University, Prague, July 1987.

  5. Adey, W. Ross, Joint actions of the environmental nonionizing electromagnetic fields and chemical pollution in cancer promotion, 1988.

  6. Adey, W.R., Byus, C.V., Cain, C.D., Haggren, W., Higgins, R.J., Jones, R.A., Kean, C.J., Kuster, N., MacMurray, A., Phillips, J.L., Stagg, R.B. and Zimmerman, G., Brain tumor incidence in rats chronically exposed to digital cellular telephone fields in an initiation-promotion model, 18th Annual Meeting of the Bioeletromagnetics Society, Victoria, B.C., Canada, June 9-14, 1996.

  7. Adey, W.R., Byus, C.V., Cain, C.D., Haggren, W., Higgins, R.J., Jones, R.A., Kean, C.J., Kuster, N., MacMurray, A., Phillips, J.L., Stagg, R.B. and Zimmerman, G., Brain tumor incidence in rats chronically exposed to frequency- modulated (FM) cellular phone fields, Second World Congress for Electricity in Biology and Medicine, Bologna, Italy, June 8-13, 1997.

  8. Advisory Group on Non-Ionizing Radiation, Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer, National Radiological Protection Board, United Kingdom, 1992.

  9. Ahlbom, A. & M. Feychting, Magnetic fields and cancer in people residing near Swedish high voltage power lines, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, June 1992.

  10. Albert, E.N., "Light and electron microscopic observations on the blood- brain-barrier after microwave irradiation", in: Symposium on Biological Effects and Measurement of Radio Frequency Microwaves, D.G. Hazzard, ed., HEW Publication (FDA) 77-8026, Rockville, MD, 1977.

  11. Albert, Ernest N., & Gary Cohen, Effects of ELF Fields on Neural Development and Nerve Regeneration, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  12. Albert, E.N., et al., Electron Microscope Observations on Rat Cerebellum and Hippocampus After Exposure to 60-Hz Electric Fields, Abstracts from the sixth annual meeting of the Bioelectromagnetism Society, 1984.

  13. Albert, Ernest N., & Frank Slaby, Electromagnetic Fields and Calcium Efflux, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  14. American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), 1994-1995 Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents and Biological Exposure Indices, Cincinnati, 1994.

  15. American Institute of Biological Sciences, ed., Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  16. American Institute of Biological Sciences, Committee on Biological and Human Health Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, Biological and Human Health Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, National Technical Information Service (5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia, 22161) Report No. AD/A152 731, March 1985.

  17. American Statistical Association (ASA), ASA Conference on Radiation and Health VIII: Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields: Statistical Support for Research Strategies, Final Report, May 1990.

  18. Amstutz, H. E. & D. B. Miller, A study of cattle near 765 kV transmission line, XI. International Congress on diseases of cattle. Reports and Summaries, vol. 1: 609-621, 1980.

  19. Anderson, J.B, C. Johansen, G.F. Pedersen, & P. Raskmark, On the possible health effects related to GSM and DECT transmissions, A tutorial study for the European Commission. Alborg: Center for Personkommunikation, AUC, 1995.

  20. Anderson, Larry E., Studies of Laboratory Animals Exposed in ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, paper, International Utility Symposium on Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Toronto, Ontario, September 16-19, 1986.

  21. Anderson, L.E., D.I. Hilton, E.K. Chess, & B.W. Wilson, Pineal gland response in animals exposed to 60 Hz electric fields, Abstracts, Fourth Annual Meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Los Angeles CA, p. 15, June-July 1982.

  22. Anderson, L.E., et. al., Interaction of Biological Systems with Static and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, CONF-841041, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia, 1987.

  23. Armstrong, Ben, Gilles Theriault, Pascal Guenel, Jan Deadman, Marcel Goldberg, Paul Heroux, The association between exposure to pulsed electromagnetic fields and cancer in electrical utility company workers from Quebec and France, Department of Occupational Health, McGill University, 1130 Pine Ave West, Montreal, H3A 1A3, Canada; INSERM, U88, Paris, France, presented at an epidemiology conference in Como, Italy on September 9, 1994.

  24. Arsenault, R., & J. Zelle, A Tri-axis Electromagnetic Field Meter, Division of Electrical Engineering, National Research Council of Canada, (1989/1990?).

  25. Asanova, T.P., & A.I. Rakov, Health Condition of Workers Exposed to an Electric Field of 400-500 Kilovolt Open Distribution Installations, Preliminary Report, Institute of Labour Hygiene and Occupational Diseases, Leningrad, USSR, 1964.

  26. Atoian, J.E., Are there biological and psychological effects due to extra high voltage installations?, paper F77-195-1, IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, New York, NY, January 30 - February 4, 1977.

  27. Australian Radiation Protection Society, 50 Hz Fields and Health, workshop, papers, Sydney, Australia, October 3-4, 1991.

  28. Bailey, William, H., Recent Neurobiological and Behavioral Research: Overview of the New York Power Lines Project, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  29. Baishiki, Rod, Don Deno, & Robert Olsen, Magnetic Fields from Electric Power Lines Theory and Comparison to Measurements, IEEE Power Engineering Society (PES) Magnetic Fields Task Force report, IEEE, February 1988.

  30. Bankoske, J.W., et al., Ecological influence of electric fields, Electric Power Research Institute Interim Report No. 2, EPRI Project EA-178, Project No. 129, September 1976.

  31. Baranski, S. and Edelwejn, Z., ”Pharmacological analysis of microwave effects on the central nervous system in experimental animals” in: Biological Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation: Proceedings of an International Symposium, P. Czerski, et al., eds., Polish Medical Publishers, Warsaw, 1974.

  32. Barnes, E. M., Thirteen Years of EMF Epidemiology: Wire Codes, Calculated Fields & Childhood Cancer Risk, Paper at American Industrial Hygiene Association Professional Conference, Cincinnati, OH, Oct 1993

  33. Basu, Prasanta K., Biological Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields on Ocular Tissues: An In Vitro Study, New York Power Lines Project, draft report received December 3, 1985.

  34. Beal, James, “Biosystem Liquid Crystals: Several Hypotheses Relating To Interacting Mechanisms Which May Explain Biosystem & Human Hypersensitivities to Electric & Magnetic Fields”, A posterboard presentation, Project Abstracts, Pg. 76 of The DOE/EPRI Annual Review of Research on Biological Effects of Electric & Magnetic Fields From The Generation, Delivery & Use of Electricity, San Antonio, TX, Nov 1996.

  35. Beale, Ivan L., Roger J. Booth, & Neil E. Pearce,Chronic Health Problems in Adults Living Near High-Voltage Transmission Lines: Evidence for a Dose-Response Relation with Magnetic Field Exposure, Second World Conference on Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Bologna, Italy, June 1977.

  36. Beischer, D.E., J.D. Grissett, & R.E. Mitchell, Exposure of Man to Magnetic Fields Alternating at Extremely Low Frequency, United States Navy Report No. NAMRL-1180, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, July 30, 1973.

  37. Benz, R.D., A.L. Carsten, J.W. Baum, & A.V. Kuehner, Mutagenicity and toxicity of 60 Hz magnetic and electric fields, Final Report, New York State Power Lines Project, 1987.

  38. Bernbaum, P. & J. Peters, eds., Proceedings of the Scientific Workshop on the Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields on Workers, publication no. 91-111, United States Department of Human and Health Services, 1991.

  39. Bioelectromagnetics Society Annual Meeting Abstracts, The Bioelectromagnetics Society, Frederick, MD, 1979 -.

  40. Biophysical Effects of Steady Magnetic Fields, Proceedings of the Workshop, Les Houches, France, February 26 - March 5, 1986.

  41. Blackman, C.F., S.G. Benane, D.E. House, W.T. Joines, & R.J. Spiegel, Further developments in ELF Induced Changes in Calciumion Efflux from Brain Tissues, (Abstract F4) 4th Annual Meeting, Bioelectromagnetics Society. Los Angeles June/July, 1982.

  42. Blackman, C.F. et al, Independent Replication of the 12 mG Magnetic Field Effect on Melatonin and MCF-7 Cells in vitro, BEMS Meeting, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Abstract A-1-2, 1996.

  43. Bonnell, J.A., D.E. Broadbent, W.R. Lee, J.C. Male, W.T. Norris, & B.T. Stollery, Can induced 50 Hz body currents affect mental functions?, International Conference on Electric and Magnetic Fields in Medicine and Biology, London, December 4-5, 1985.

  44. Borek, Carmia G., A Cancer Tutorial, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  45. Bowman, J.D., et al., Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure, Chemical Exposure and Leukemia Risk in Electrical Occupations, prepared by University of Southern California for the Electric Power Research Institute, 1992.

  46. Bracken, T.D., & R.F. Rankin (Principal Investigators), EMDEX Project Residential Study Final Report, prepared by T. Bracken, Inc., for the Electric Power Research Institute, 1995.

  47. Bridges, J.E., Biological effects of high voltage electric fields: State-of-the-Art review and program plan, EPRI Project No. 381-1, Final Report, November 1975.

  48. Bridges, J.E., D.S. Becker, & M.M. Preache, Biological effects of high-voltage fields, update, EPRI Project RP857-1, January 1978.

  49. Bridges, J.E., & M.J. Frazier, The effects of 60 Hz electric and magnetic fields on patients with implanted cardiac pacemakers, IEEE 1978 Symp. Rec. EMC (Atlanta, GA), pp. 258-265, June 1978.

  50. Bridlewood Residents Hydro Line Committee Field Measurement Committee, Bridlewood Magnetic Field Measurements Report,, BRHLC, February 1990, and successive reports.

  51. Bridlewood Hydro Line Research Committee, A Review of Literature Concerning Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation, BRHLC, March 1987.

  52. Byus, C., W. Ross Adey, The effects of low energy 60 Hz environmental electromagnetic fields on growth related enzyme ornithine decarboxylase: Possible relation to tumor promotion, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute Contractor's Review Meeting, Kansas City, MO, November 1987.

  53. California Public Utilities Commission, Potential Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields from Electric Power Facilities, Report to the California State Legislature in cooperation with CDHS, September 15, 1989.

  54. Canaday, Daniel J., and Raphael C. Lee, A Review of EMF Effects on Cell Physiology, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  55. Carleton Board of Education Hydro Study Panel, Reports, Carleton Board of Education (Ontario), March 9, 1989 and succesive reports.

  56. Carpenter, David, New York State Power Lines Project, Report on the Status of the Projects, May 1986.

  57. Carsten, Arland L., Mutagenicity and Toxicity of Electric and Magnetic Fields, New York Power Lines Project, draft report received, 1985.

  58. Carstensen, Edwin L., Studies of Plants and Animals Exposed to ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  59. Chandra, S., & S. Stafani, Effect of constant and alternating magnetic fields on tumor cells in vitro and in vivo, Biological Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields", Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Hanford Life Sciences Symposium, October 16-18, 1978, Richland, WA, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, 1979.

  60. Clayden, A.D., & A. Myers, Childhood Cancer and Overhead Power Lines: A Case Control Study in the UK, Project Resume, Contractor's Review, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute, 1988.

  61. Cohen, Carl M., Organization of Biological Membranes: Hierarchies of Assembly, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  62. Cohen, M.M., Division of Human Genetics in: The effects of low level electromagnetic fields on cloning of two human cancer cell lines (Colo 205 and Colo 320), Final Report, New York State Power Lines Project, 1987.

  63. Cohen, Maimon M., In Vitro Genetic Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, New York Power Lines Project, draft report received September 9, 1985.

  64. Cohen, M.M, et al., Cytogenic effects of electromagnetic fields on human lymphoid cells, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute/New York Department of Health Contractor's Review Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 1984.

  65. Cole, P., An Epidemiologic Perspective on Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer: Testimony by Philip Cole, MD. DrPH, Subcommittee on Water and Power Resources, Health Effects of Transmission Lines, Oversight Hearing, pp. 122-123, Serial No. 100-22, Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988.

  66. Coleman, M, et al., Leukemia and Electromagnetic Fields: A Case Control Study, International Conference on Electric and Magnetic Fields in Medicine and Biology, pp. 122-125, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1985.

  67. Cooper, J.H., Single Conductor Transmission Cable Magnetic Fields, EPRI Report No. EL-7340, August 1991.

  68. Cutz, Andrew, & Karel Marha, Biological and Health Effects of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Fields: A List of Eastern European Literature, bibliography, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, 43 pp., March 1988.

  69. De Merritt, Lynne, Siting of Power Lines and Communication Towers: A Bibliography on the Potential Health Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Council of Planning Librarians, available from American Planning Association, 1313 E. 60th St., Chicago IL, 60637, March 1990.

  70. DeLorge, J., A psychological study of Rhesus monkeys exposed to extremely-low-frequency low-intensity magnetic fields, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, NAMRL-1203, 1974.

  71. Demers, P., D. Thomas, et al., Occupational Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation and Breast Cancer in Males, abstract, 23rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research, Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, UT, June 12-15, 1990.

  72. Dennis, J.A., Towards the development of exposure limits for low-frequency electromagnetic fields, International Conference on Electric and Magnetic Fields in Medicine and Biology, London, December 4-5, 1985.

  73. Dlugosz, L., Electrically Heated Beds and Congenital Defects, Project Resume, Contractor's Review, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute, 1987

  74. Driscoll, D., et. al., Evaluation of the New York State Power Lines Project Scientific Advisory Panel's Final Report and Recommendations for the NYS Public Service Commission, Memorandum, State of New York, Department of Public Service, January 11, 1988.

  75. Dumansky, J.D. and Shandala, M.G., "The biological action and hygienic significance of electromagnetic fields of super high and ultra high frequencies in densely populated areas" in: Biologic Effects and Health Hazard of Microwave Radiation: Proceedings of an International Symposium, P. Czerski, et al., eds., Polish Medical Publishers, Warsaw, 1974.

  76. Electromagnetic Health Effects Committee, "Regulatory Issues" in Health Effects of Exposure to Powerline-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, Public Utility Commission of Texas, Austin, TX, 1992.

  77. Environmental Control & Analysis Directorate, The Aerospace Corporation, Washington, D.C., Biological Responses to Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: Some Underlying Hypotheses, Aerospace Report No. ATR84(7045)1, (Prepared for the Department of Energy), June 1984.

  78. EPRI, Electric and Magnetic Field Fundamentals: An EMF Health Effects Resource Paper, EPRI brochure, EN.3012,9.89, September 1989.

  79. EPRI, Electric and Magnetic Fields: Human Health Studies, EN.3010.11.89, November 1989.

  80. EPRI, EMDEX II System Documentation, 2 vols., (EN-7497), The EMDEX system was developed to measure and record long-term personal exposures to EMFs, September, 1991.

  81. EPRI, EPRI Utility Seminar on Power Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field: Laboratory Research, Proceedings, Delevan, WI, September 27-29, 1989.

  82. EPRI, Pilot Study of Non-Residential Power Frequency Magnetic Fields, Project 2942-6, August 1991.

  83. EPRI, Residential transient magnetic field research: interim report, project RP2966-07 (report TR-103470), Palo Alto, California, 1994.

  84. EPRI, 1990 Annual Report: EMF Health Effects Research Abstacts, (EN-7460), July 1991.

  85. EPRI, 1991 EPRI EMF Science & Communication Seminar, papers, forthcoming.

  86. Expert Group of the Danish Ministry of Health on Non-ionizing Radiation, Report on the Risk of Cancer in Children with Homes Exposed to 50 Hz Magnetic Fields from High-Voltage Instalations, Danish Ministry of Health, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1993.

  87. Feychting, Maria, & Anders Ahlbom, Magnetic Fields and Cancer in People Residing Near Swedish High Voltage Power Lines, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, 1992

  88. Feero, William E., Exposure Considerations, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  89. Feero, William, John Dunlap, & James Yontz, Magnetic Fields Remote from Substations, paper, Winter Meeting of the IEEE Power Engineering Society (PES), New York, NY, IEEE, January 29-February 3, 1989.

  90. Fletcher, W.H., W.W. Shiu, T.A. Ishida, & W. Ross Adey, A modulated microwave field and tumor promotors may inhibit cell wall communication and cause an increased sensitivity to cytotoxic lymphokines and tumor necrosis factor, abstract, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute Contractor's Review Meeting, Kansas City, MO, EPRI, November 1-4, 1987.

  91. Florig, H.K., & J. Hoburg, Electric and Magnetic Field Exposure Associated with Electric Blankets, Project Resume, Contractor's Review, United States Department of Energy/Electric Power Research Institute, 1988.

  92. Florida Electric and Magnetic Fields Science Advisory Commission, Biological Effects of 60 Hz Power Transmission Lines, Technical Report, March 1985.

  93. Fole, F.F., F.G. Martinex, & E. Dutrus, New contribution to the study of electromagnetic fields generated by the high voltages, paper, translation available from EPRI, AISS Symp., Paris France, March 1974.

  94. Frix, W.M., G.G. Karady, & K.B. Maracas, "A comparison of different nonferrous metal shielding structures to reduce the magnetic field of electric power cables", Annual review of research on biological effects of electric and magnetic fields from generation, delivery and use of electricity, Savannah, GA, October 31 to November 4, 1993, pp. 29-31, United States Department of Energy, 1993.

  95. Gann, D.S., Biological effects of exposure to high voltage electric fields: Final report, Electric Power Research Institute Report 98-02, 1976.

  96. Gauthreaux, Sidney A., Electromagnetic Influences on Birds, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  97. Gibson, R.S., & W.F. Moroney, The Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields on Human Performance, United States Navy Report NAMRL-1195, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 1974.

  98. Goldberg, Robert & William Creasey, Extremely Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields and Cancer: A Literature Review, EN-6674, EPRI, December 1989.

  99. Goldstein, Lawrence S., Concepts of Embryogenesis and Teratogenesis, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  100. Gona, Amos G., Effects of 60 Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields on the Developing Rat Brain, New York Power Lines Project, 1986.

  101. Goodman, Eugene M., & Ben Greenebaum, A Review of Cell Effects Induced by Exposure of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  102. Goldstein, L. and Sisko, Z., “A quantitative electro-encephalographic study of the acute effect of X-band microwaves in rabbits”, in: Biological Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation: Proceedings of an International Symposium, P. Czerski, et al., eds., Polish Medical Publishers, Warsaw, 1974.

  103. Gordon, Z.V., Biological effects of microwaves in occupational hygiene, Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem, Israel, NASA77F-633, TT70-50087:NTIS N71-14632, 1970.

  104. Gordon, Z.V., ed., Biological Effects of Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Fields, (Soviet Union document), National Technical nformation Service (NTIS), Springfield, VA, 1973.

  105. Graham, Charles, Influence of 60 Hz Fields on Human Behaviour, Physiology and Biochemistry, New York Power Lines Project, final report accepted December 11, 1984.

  106. Graham, C., J.D. Cohen, M.R. Cook, J.W. Phelps, M.M. Gerkovich, & S.S. Fotopoulos, A double-blind evaluation of 60 Hz field effects on human performance, physiology and subjective state, Interaction of Biological Systems with Static and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, 23rd Annual Hanford Life Sciences Symposium, United States Department of Energy, 1985.

  107. Graham, John E.S., The Biological Effects of Exposure to Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Electric Fields, Science and Technology Division, Research Branch, Library of Parliament, Ottawa, Ontario, December 11, 1981.

  108. Griffin, Jerry C., The Effects of ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields on Artificial Cardiac Pacemakers, Assessments & Viewpoints on the Biological & Human Health Effects of Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Electromagnetic Fields, Compilation of Commissioned Papers for the ELF Literature Review Project, American Institute of Biological Sciences, May 1985.

  109. Grissett, J.D., J.L. Kupper, M.J. Kassler, R.J. Brown, G.D. Prettyman, L.L. Cook, & T.A. Griner, Exposure of Primates for One Year to Electric and Magnetic Fields Associated with ELF Communications Systems, United States Navy Report NAMRL-1240, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, 1977.

  110. Guénel, P, & J. Lellouch, Synthesis of the Literature on Health Effects from Very Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields, INSERM, National Institute of Health and Medical Research, Paris, 1993.

  111. Gunderson, Ross W., Effects of 60 Hz Electromagnetic Fields on Calcium Efflux and Neurotransmitter Release, New York Power Lines Project, draft report received August 15, 1985.

  112. Guy, A.W., et al., Effects of Long-Term Low-Level RF Radiation Exposure on Rats, Vol. 9, University of Washington, USADSAM-TR-85, August, 1985.

  113. Hanford Life Sciences Symposium on the Interaction of Biological Systems with Static and ELF Electric and Magnetic Fields, Proceedings, 553 pp., Battele Pacific Northwest Labs, PO Box 999, Richland, WA, October 1984.

  114. Hanzlik, P., Electric and Magnetic Field Litigation Thinking Beyond Today's Challenges, Paul F. Hanzlik Partner, Hopkins & Sutter, Presented at the EMF Conference, 1992.

  115. Harland, J.D., Liburdy R.P., ELF Inhibition of Melatonin and Tamoxifen Action on MCF-7 Cell Proliferation: Field Parameters, BEMS Meeting Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Abstract A-1-1, 1996.

  116. Hauf, G., Research on the effects of electrical power industry fields on man, translation, M.D. dissertation, Ludwig Maxmillian University, Munich, Germany, 1974.

  117. Hayashi, N., K. Isaka, & Y. Yokoi, Analysis of Magnetic Field Profiles in Electric Blanket Users, paper, Winter Meeting of the IEEE Power Engineering Society (PES), New York, NY, IEEE, January 29-February 3, 1989.

  118. Henderson, A., et al., Report, Effects of Broadcast Towers on Residential Cancer Rates, Environmental Epidemiology Program, State of Hawaii Department of Health, 1986.

  119. Holmberg, Bo, Survey of Ongoing EMF Health Research in Sweden, Power-Frequency Electric and Magnetic Field Laboratory Research, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delevan, WI, EPRI, September 27-29, 1989.

  120. Houk, W.M., The continuing medical surveillance of personnel exposed to extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields, Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Rep. No. NAMRL-1225, 1976.

  121. Hylten-Cavallius, N., Certain ecological effects of high-voltage power lines, Institute de Recherche de l'Hydro-Quebec, Rep. No. IREQ-1160, February 18, 1975.

  122. IERE (Int. Electr. Res. Exchange Work. Group), Epidemiological Studies Relating Human Health to Electric and Magnetic Fields: Criteria for Evaluation, Electric Power Research Institute, 1988.

  123. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 Ghz, ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992, 1992.

  124. International Agency on Research on Cancer, Monograph on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, Supplement 7, World Health Organization, 1987.

  125. International Electricity Research Exchange, Epidemiological Studies Relating Human Health to Electric and Magnetic Fields: Criteria For Evaluation, Working Group Final Report, June 1988.

  126. International Program on Chemical Safety, Magnetic Fields, 1987.

  127. International Program on Chemical Safety, Magnetic Fields Health and Safety Guide, 1989.

  128. International Utility Symposium on the Health Effect of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Proceedings, Toronto, Ont., Ontario Hydro, September 16-19, 1986.

  129. Japan IERE Council, Electrostatic induction caused by extra-high voltage overhead transmission lines, (Special document for IERE members, ER-7604, English version of original documents published in Japanese by Japan IERE Council in 1975), 1976

  130. Jendek, D.C., Emission of Magnetic Fields from Distribution Lines, Canadian Electrical Association Spring Meeting, Montreal, Que., March 1988.

  131. Johansson. O., ES and sensitivity to cellular telephones: Results from a 'pilot' double-blind provocation study (in Swedish), Report no. 2, Karolinska Institute.

  132. Johansson, O., & P. Liu, "Electrosensitivity", "electrosupersensitivity" and "screen dermatitis": preliminary observations from on-going studies in the human skin, Proceedings of the COST 244: Biomedical Effects of Electromagnetic Fields - Workshop on Electromagnetic Hyper- sensitivity (ed. Simunic D), EU (DG XIII), Brussels/GRaz, pp. 52-57, 1995.

  133. Johansson, R., et al., Is there a connection between the electricity in the atmosphere and the function of man?, Part 3, 50 Hz field variations, FOA Report, September 1973.

  134. Johnson, R.B., Hamilton, J., Chou, C.K. and Guy, A.W., Pulsed microwave reduction of diazepam-induced sleeping in the rat. Abstract, Annual Meeting, Bioelectromagnetrics Society, 2:4, 1980.

  135. Johnson, R.B.; Spackman, D.; Crowley, J.; Thompson, D.; Chou, C.K.; Kunz, L.L.; Guy, A.W., Effects of long-term low-level radiofrequency radiation exposure on rats, vol. 4, Open field behavior and corticosterone, USAF SAM- TR83-42, Report of USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, San Antonio, TX, 1983.

  136. Johnston GB, Kavet R, and Sastre A, Residential Magnetic Field Transients. Effect of Residential Services on Fields Arising from Distribution Line Capacitor Bank Switching, Paper No. P-130A, BEMS, 1995.

  137. Juutilainen, Jukka, Health Effects of Low Frequency Magnetic Fields: Experiments with Chick Embryos and Measurements in the Environment, Academic Dissertation, University of Kuopio, Finland, 59 pp., 1989.

  138. Juutilainen, Jukka, et al., Measurements of 50 Hz Magnetic Fields in Finnish Homes, Imatran Voima, Helsinki, Finland, 31 pp., 1989.

  139. Knave, B., A Prospective Investigation into Health Risks Associated with Work on the Generation and Distribution of Electric Power, Paper 233-09, CIGRE Symposium on Transmission Lines and the Environment, Stockholm, Sweden, June 23-25, 1981.

  140. Knickerbocker, G.G., Study in the USSR of Medical Effects of Electric Fields on Electric Power Systems, Translations from Russian, Special Publication No. 10, Power Engineering Society, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1975.

  141. Korobkova, V.P., Y.A. Morozov, M.S. Stolarov, & Y.A. Yakub, Influence of the electric field in 500 and 750 kV switchyards on maintenance staff and means for its protection, CIGRE, 23-06, 1972.

  142. Krumpe, P., & M.S. Tockman, Evaluation of the health of personnel working near Project Sanguine beta test facility from 1971 to 1972, Report for Naval Research Unit No. 4, ADA 023986, December 1972.

  143. Kwee S.; Raskmark, P. Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and cell proliferation, presented at the Second World Congress for Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Bologna, Italy, .June 8-13, 1997.

  144. Kwee S, et al., The biological effects of microwave radiation, Abstract, Proceedings of the Second World Congress for Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, Bologna, Italy, June 1997.

  145. Kwee et al., Change in cell cycle, 0.000021 - 0.0021 W/kg, presented at the 2nd World Congress on Biology and Medicine of Electricity and Magnetism, 1997. 023986, December 1972.

  146. Lai, Henry, Neurological Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation, paper, Mobile Phones and Health, Symposium, University of Vienna, Austria, October 25-28, 1998.

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