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Between October 2002 and May 2006, point transect sampling was performed at 30 points during 40 visits to Valladolid, Spain. At each point, counts of sparrows were carried out and the meanelectric field strength was measured (radiofrequencies and microwaves: 1 MHz-3 GHz range).
Tomas G et al.
Clutch size and egg volume in great tits (Parus major) increase under low intensity electromagnetic fields: A long-term field study.
Dell'Omo G et al.
Magnetic fields produced by power lines do not affect growth, serum melatonin, leukocytes and fledging success in wild kestrels.
Everaert J et al.
A Possible Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile Phone Base Stations on the Number of Breeding House Sparrows (Passer domesticus).
Grigorev IG et al.
[The electromagnetic fields of the base stations of mobile radio communication and ecology. The estimation of danger of the base station EMF for population and for bioecosystems]
Possible Effects of Electromagnetic Fields from Phone Masts on a Population of White Stork (Ciconia ciconia)
Fernie KJ et al.
The effects of electromagnetic fields from power lines on avian reproductive biology and physiology: a review.