Impacts to nature

The following is a list of studies and reports on EMF and radiofrequency electromagnetic (RF) radiation impacts on plants, trees, insects, birds, and mammals.

Trees and plants:

Wolfgang Volkrodt, Ph.D., former Siemens scientist in Germany, wrote and published several articles on environmental contaminated by microwaves. “Our environment is contaminated by microwaves. At present, the consequences are largely unexplored; however, observations of trees offer dire foreboding.” The following pdf files offer an introduction and selection of Dr. Volkrodt’s research and supporting documents:
Why Our Urban Trees are Dying, Andrew Goldsworthy
The effects of microwaves on the trees and other plants, Alfonso Balmori Martínez.
Experiments with cress in 9th Class attracts international attention, May 16, 2013

United States Department of Interior: Comments to U.S. Commerce Department on harm and death to birds from communications towers, February 2014
Balmori, A. 2005. Possible effects of electromagnetic fields from phone masts on a population of white stork. Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine 24:109-119
Anthropogenic electromagnetic noise disrupts magnetic compass orientation in a migratory bird, Nature, May 7, 2014

Birds, bees: – German – English series/spanisch/index.html – Spanish – French
Bees, Birds and Mankind – Destroying Nature by Electrosmog, Ulrich Warnke. Kompetenz Initiative, 2007
The Birds, the Bees and Electromagnetic Pollution,
Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy, May 2009

BBC NATURE: Bumblebees sense flowers’ electric fields.
Mobile phone-induced honeybee worker piping
Bees Know Best at Oceanside’s Prince of Peace Abbey…
Barrie Trower’s Paper on the bees and microwave radiation.”Will the Communications Industry be the final straw for Our Planet’s Ecosystems?”Presented at the Glastonbury Symposium, July 24th 2010
Is Colony Collapse the price of E.M.F. progress? Barrie Trower, Presentation to the Beekeepers Association, Glastonbury 9th August 2008

Mobile Phone Mast Effects on Common Frog – The City Turned into a Laboratory, Balmori
Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine 2010
The incidence of electromagnetic pollution on the amphibian decline: Is this an important piece of the puzzle? Balmori. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, Apr.–June 2006; 88(2): 287–299

Sense of Smell and Sight Perturbed in Ants Exposed to GSM Radiation: Study at Université Libre, Brussels


Click to access Changes_in_Paramecium_caudatum_(Protozoa)_near_a_switched-on_GSM_telephone_M-C_Cammaerts_2011.pdf
STUDY at ULB: Physiological changes marked in protozoa placed near a GSM

Wildlife and ecosystem:
Report on Possible Impacts of Communication Towers on Wildlife including Birds and Bees, Government of India, Ministry of Environment and Forests,   October 2011
Impacts of radio-frequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) from cell phone towers and wireless devices on biosystem and ecosystem – a review, S Sivani, D Sudarsanam
Biology and Medicine, Volume 4, Issue 4, Pages 202–216, Published: 6th Jan 2013
Silent Wireless Spring, Arthur Firstenberg, 2007
The Green Sheen Wearing Thin- How Corporate Environmental Organizations are Providing Cover for the Mounting Ecological Catastrophe of the “Smart Grid”, Joshua Hart, July 2007

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