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Urban Legal Regulation of Acoustic Impact on Territory

Student: Anastasia Shorokhova

Supervisor: Ivan Medvedev

Faculty: Faculty of Urban and Regional Development

Educational Programme: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The work is devoted to the problem of regulation of acoustic impact on the territory. During the analysis of the regulatory framework for the regulation of acoustic exposure in Russia, as well as the description of the current monitoring system for acoustic exposure in Moscow, it was found that there are not enough legal acts that could regulate acoustic exposure in the territory under consideration. The result of this work is the developed recommendations that could improve the regulation of acoustic impact and transform the sound environment of the city for the better.

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