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Cook, David I. and Van Haverbeke, David F. (1971) Trees and shrubs for noise abatement (Research Bulletin No. 246)
The study, Trees and Shrubs for Noise Abatement, was a joint effort by the University of Nebraska and the U.S. Forest Service. The principal objective was to determine effective means for reducing traffic noise levels by the use of trees and shrubs, wherever intrusive noise is a problem.