Carl D. Bohl, DSc

Instructor of Audiology and Communication Sciences

Education

  • BS (Chemical Engineering): University of Missouri - Rolla (1959)
  • DSc (Environmental Health): University of Cincinnati (1973)

Board Certifications

  • Professional Engineer, State of Missouri
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist
  • Certified Safety Professional

Research Interests

Occupational noise

Publications

Hearing levels of firefighters: risk of occupational noise-induced hearing loss assessed by cross-sectional and longitudinal data. Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D.  Ear and Hearing, Vol. 26 (3), 327-40, June 2005.

Hearing Levels of Fire Fighters, Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D. Abstracts of the 25th Mid-Winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolarnogology

Hearing levels of miners Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D. Journal of Occupational Hearing Loss, Vol. 3. 1999

Hearing levels of U.S. industrial employees working  in low-noise occupational environments. Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D.    In “Effects of Noise on Hearing: Vth International Symposium”,  Thieme Medical Publishers, 1996.

Hearing levels of industrial workers: Comparison of measured vs. predicted values, Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D. Abstracts of the 19th Mid-Winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolarnogology p. 33

Hearing levels of U.S. industrial employees not exposed to occupational noise:  an analysis of ANSI S12.13 databases. Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D. (1993).  Abstr. 16th Midwinter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 212.

The Effect of Hand Held Radio Operation on Audio-Dosimeters, C. D. Bohl, W. W. Clark,  AIHA Journal,  March 1993

Hearing levels of U.S. industrial employees not exposed to occupational noise:  an analysis of ANSI S12.13 databases. Clark, W.W. and Bohl, C.D.  Abstr. 16th Midwinter Meeting of the

The effect of hand held radio operations on audio dosimeters. Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J., 54,127-134

Corrected values for Annex B of I.S.O. 1999; W.W. Clark,  C.D. Bohl, J.A.S.A. Vol. 91 No. 5, May 1992

Chapter on Noise Control in “In-Plant Practices for Job Related Health Hazards Control” Vol. 2  Engineering Aspects, Editors, Cralley L.V., Cralley, L. J.; John Wiley & Sons.  1989

Evaluation of a hearing conservation program at a large industrial company. Clark, W.W., Bohl, C.D., Davidson, L.S., and Melda, K. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 82, S113A.  1987.

“Occupational Hearing Conservation in the United States” Giornale Degli Igienisti Industrial:  Vol II, No 4, P 17,1986

Determination of Elemental Phosphorus in the air by Gas Chromatography D. Bohl, E. F. Kaelble, AIHA Journal, Vol. 34, 1973,  pp. 306 – 309

Peer Reviewer “Noise & Hearing conservation Manual” Editors, Berger, E. H., Ward, W. D., Morrill, J. C., Royster, L.H.,American Industrial Hygiene Association, 1986

Noise Control Chapter in “Industrial Hygiene Aspects of Plant Operation”  Vol 3, Editors Cralley, L. V., Cralley, L. J., 1985.

Judicial Opinions Fly on the True Meaning of Feasible; Safety Council, “Safety Newsletter”, Jan.-Feb.,1984

Lecture Review of Noise, Hearing conservation and Toxicology for Certified Safety Professional Exam – 1984

Comparison of Hearing Threshold Shifts, American Occupational Health Conference, New Orleans, LA. – 1983

Difference in LOSHA Values Depending on dBA Level at Which Integration was Started, American Industrial Hygiene Conference, Philadelphia, 1983

Noise Control at Monsanto The Last Ten Years Plus a Few, Institute of Noise Control Engineers, San Francisco 1982

Regulation of Chemical Hazards in the U.S., Polymer Group, Australian Chemical Society – 1981

Role

  • faculty

Specialty

  • biology-of-hearing