Master of Arts (MA)
First Committee Member
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The airline industry is investing billions of dollars to adhere to the Airport Noise and Capacity Act of 1990. The Act requires airlines to reconfigure 100% of their fleets with quieter aircraft. This regulation is based in part on studies conducted around airport facilities which indicated a negative impact from noise on residential property values; The purpose of this paper is to review the issue of aircraft noise and its impact on residential property, specifically single-family homes. It discusses the use of hedonic functional forms in measuring the effect of aircraft noise around a major airport facility. The empirical analysis concludes that a low, negative impact on single-family residences can be expected as a result of aircraft noise exposure around McCarran International Airport.
Aircraft; Airport; Effects; Impact; International; Mccarran; Measuring; Nevada; Noise; Property; Residential; Sound; Values
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Myles, Curtis L., "Sound effects: Measuring the impact of aircraft noise on residential property values around McCarran International Airport" (1996). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3290.
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