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EMF LINKS

This list of links is provided as a possible research tool. Granted, the organization may not be ideal, but I have tried to get as many perspectives on this issue as possible. If you are good with Internet search tools, you can probably do as well, (or better), but if not, here is a bunch of information you can use. Most of the descriptions are direct quotes from the page referenced by the link, (these are "double-quoted.") Many of these sites are meta-sites with lists of links of their own.

If you are new to this issue, and don't know where to start, this is what I would suggest: read Power and the People for an overview of the powerline issue. If Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) is your thing, check the Amateur Radio Relay League ARRL RF Radiation Safety FAQ on RFNIEMR. I highly recommend reading The Microwave Debate, by Nicholas Steneck, for a very informative history of the RFNIEMR Bioeffects controversy, (see the Library for details.) If you are looking for information on cellular telephones, try The EMR Alliance, they have a very good book on cellular telephones and community planning.


Quick Index to Link Classifications

I have divided the links into the following categories:
These divisions reflect the motivations these groups have in providing information, which sometimes tells more than the information itself. Let me know if you disagree with the organization, or if you have a suggestion for a better one than my previous alphabetical listing ...

Where you see this * marker, this is a link that the author found to be of particular value if you are new to this issue, or your time is limited; you might want to start with these links. (This is not a rating system, that would not be fair to the sites I have not thoroughly investigated yet.)


Businesses and Professional Services

These links are provided by businesses or professionals offering products and/or services related to EMFs. Inclusion of commercial service providers is not an endorsement, but they have information of interest at their sites.
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Federal and Municipal Government Information

There is actually some pretty good information here. I haven't had time to review it all, but it looks pretty good. In particular, check out the San Diego Association of Governments link, (it is a very large document), I expect it makes interesting reading.
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General Information

This is a good section to peruse if you are looking for an overview, or doing research on this issue. Some of these links have extensive information.
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Groups and Associations

These are links to Citzen's Groups and Trade Associations. Here is where you are likely to find the most stratified perspectives, but there is still some of the best information at some of these sites.
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Research Sites

These are links to sites where they actually do EMF-bioeffects related research.
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Last updated on 2-12-97