April 2012
Noise & Vibration Bulletin;Apr2012, p109
The article offers news briefs related to government policies. Australian Federal Government is planning to broaden airport noise borders at Australia's airports which include large areas of the Darling Range as well as areas of South Perth, Dalkeith, Applecross and Cottesloe. The new open plan offices standard for measurement of room acoustic parameters now officially been approved to publication stage.


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