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Hearing conservation for submariners

National Research Council (U.S.). Working Group 64

Hearing conservation for submariners

report of Working Group 64

by National Research Council (U.S.). Working Group 64

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Published by The Committee in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deafness, Noise induced -- Prevention.,
  • Submarine forces -- Wounds and injuries -- Prevention.,
  • Submarines (Ships) -- Safety measures.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNational Academy of Sciences-National Research Council Committee on Hearing, Bioacoustics, and Biomechanics.
    ContributionsWard, W. Dixon.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19232943M

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Hearing conservation for submariners by National Research Council (U.S.). Working Group 64 Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Owners Workshop Manual - HMS Alliance ( - ) 'Peter Goodwin' An ex submariner Tiffy in Submariners Association (Portsmouth Branch) I have been a researcher and published author for quite a number years most subjects being naval history with a bent towards the more technical aspects and construction.

Outside the submarine world I did spend 20 years in the post of. NAVAL SUBMARINE MEDICAL RESEARCH LABORATORY. Hearing Conservation Research, Test, and Evaluation: NSMRL hearing conservation efforts span from basic to applied research.

Current efforts include: evaluating field attenuation estimation systems performance in Navy hearing conservation programs (for both measuring individualized hearing protection. Roeser RJ. Industrial hearing conservation programs in the high schools (Protect the Ear Before the 12th Year). Ear Hear ; Folmer RL, Griest SE, Martin WH.

Hearing conservation education programs for children: A review. J School Health ; An account of black submariners in post-war service during desegregation, the development of the nuclear submarine, and throughout the Cold War follows. Oral histories of more than fifty black submariners who served in World War II and post-war form the heart of the book.

Submariner Wellness: NSMRL hearing conservation efforts span from basic to applied research, with the use of otoacoustic measurements to predict hearing loss, a toolkit to assist field audiologists in hearing education, and field studies onboard combat Littoral Ships. Information Paper Prepared by the U.

Navy Aug Background The Navy’s involvement with HUNLEY’s recovery began with the discovery of the wreck and continues through project oversight and involvement of staff at the Naval Heritage and History Command (NHHC).

Inthe Hull Response and Protection Branch at the Naval Surface Warfare. Home Page for Submariners. This is a website developed for Qualified Submariners and their families.

You may be a member of USSVI, Submarine Veterans WWII, a member of a submarine Boat Association or you can be an unaffiliated qualified submariner.

Modern hearing aids can provide benefit to compensate for a veteran’s hearing loss, loudness recruitment and ability to recognize speech in noise; however, the degree of benefit often depends on the magnitude of hearing loss (Roup and Noe,Saunders and Griest,Wilson et al., ).Cited by: Submariners Association of Canada - West.

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The number of Disabled American Veterans with tinnitus has risen steadily each year sincewith .Vision of submariners. Kinney JA, Luria SM, McKay CL, Ryan AP.

A variety of vision tests have been administered to submariners over the years. The results show that the average submariner, though maintaining a normal, healthy visual system, has distant acuity somewhat below normal and manifests more myopia, esophoria, and less accommodative Cited by: 5.