An Assessment Of Noise Pollution In Selected Neighbourhoods In Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria

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Title An Assessment Of Noise Pollution In Selected Neighbourhoods In Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria
 
Creator Uchegbu, S. N.
Ubani, E. E.
Idu, E.
Eze, , H.
 
Description  Noise is a neglected salient environmental pollutant in some neighborhoods in cities, increasing the risk to human safety and comfort.Noise meter instrument was used to collect data on sound levels in dBA in randomly selected high-density, medium-density and low-density neighbourhoods in Enugu metropolis, Nigeria on work days (MondayFriday) during the morning hours (6:30-10 a.m.), after-noon hours (2.30-6 p.m.) and night hours (7-10 p.m.). T-test was used to make an inference. Results showed that the average sound level for two neighborhoods (Uwani and New Haven) is 62.8 (dBA), while that of Independence Layout and GRA is 50.3 (dBA). Comparing the results with WHO standards showed noise pollution in medium and high density areas, but not in low density areas.
 
Publisher Dr. O. C. Eneh, Institute of Development, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus.
 
Date 2019-12-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://technosciencereview.org/ej/index.php/shdr/article/view/58
 
Source Sustainable Human Development Review; Vol. 11 No. 1-4 (2019): Sustainable Human development Review 2019; 16
2006-8425
2536-6920
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://technosciencereview.org/ej/index.php/shdr/article/view/58/49
 
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