Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 11, 2020

Sounds of silence in nature are good for humans and animals

Anthropocene reports

According to a new study in People and Nature, though, there is still something to be said for human silence. Researchers seeking to improve the soundscape of Muir Woods National Monument in California found that reducing anthropogenic noise made visitors happier and more tuned into the wildlife around them. And it was easy to quiet people down—they simply put up signs that asked nicely.

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