For many years, I have been concerned about the influx of noise in the world — even in “wild” places — and aware that the National Park Service has been taking this seriously as well. Silence, in a sense, is a truly endangered natural resource, and only a few parks remain relatively untarnished by noise pollution. I was please to see this good (albeit brief) AP summary of the issue was reprinted in the Mining Journal. The article mentions that Isle Royale is considered one of the most quiet….
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Isle Royale a quiet park.