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Abstract: The study of bio-effects of Schumann resonances is a very complex issue. There is a need to identify mechanisms
and pathways that explain how Extremely Low Frequency magnetic fields affect biology or human health. This
particular study tries to identify statistical associations between ELF magnetic fields in the province of Granada
(Spain) and cardiovascular related hospital admission in the same province for the period April, 1st 2013 to
March, 31st 2014. Research is developed under an epidemiological approach based on an Event Coincidence
Analysis statistical method. Clustered events, statistically significant (ECA shuffle-surrogate test p = .01 and
p b .01), were found for the minimum values of the first and the third Schuman resonances frequency on eastwest
and north-south directions, and for the amplitude parameter of the second resonance and the total signal
energy in the north-south direction. Empirical measurements of SR parameters were recorded at the Sierra Nevada
Mountain in Granada province (Spain). Results show a clear coincidence of the events for the minima amplitudes
of Shuman resonances and energy in the north-south orientation and the number of the cardiovascular
related hospital admissions. Further research is neededwith longer temporal series and a new approach based on
gender seems to be also interesting for future studies.
Fuente: Sci Total Environ, 705, 135813 2020 Feb 25
Año de publicación: 2020
Nº de páginas: 11
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135813
PABLO FERNANDEZ DE ARROYABE HERNAEZ
ANA SANTURTUN ZARRABEITIA
DONNER, REIK V.