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The wind power stations are an important part of the green energy development. The aim of the present study is to investigate the nature and levels of the impact of wind power stations on the elements of the environment. As a testing site we selected the ridge of valley Borzhava in the Transcarpathia of Ukraine. There is under the negotiation the construction of 47 fifty-meter wind turbines with a capacity of 3–4 MW along. For the risk monitoring we attract geophysical and petrophysical measurements, geostatistical and geospatial analyses, remote sensing methods, and soil magnetism data. As a result we expect the determination of the electromagnetic fields, physical vibration and mechanical impact, including the effect of the sewage drainage facilities, acoustic waves, soil pollution and erosion, soil destruction, loss of the productive agricultural lands

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