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Author Gaster, L.
Title Modern methods of artificial illumination. Part I Type Journal Article
Year 1909 Publication Journal of the Royal Society of Arts Abbreviated Journal
Volume 75 Issue 2959 Pages 757-772
Keywords Lighting; Technology; Industry
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Call Number GFZ @ kyba @ Serial 3337
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Author Gaster, L.
Title Modern methods of artificial illumination. Part VI Type Journal Article
Year 1909 Publication Journal of the Royal Society of Arts Abbreviated Journal
Volume 57 Issue 2964 Pages 867-889
Keywords Lighting; Human Health
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Call Number GFZ @ kyba @ Serial 3338
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Author Zhang, E.; Feng, H.; Peng, S.; Garg, A.
Title Measurement of Urban Expansion and Spatial Correlation of Central Yunnan Urban Agglomeration Using Nighttime Light Data Type Journal Article
Year 2021 Publication Mathematical Problems in Engineering Abbreviated Journal Mathematical Problems in Engineering
Volume 2021 Issue Pages 1-15
Keywords Remote Sensing
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Call Number GFZ @ kyba @ Serial 3358
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Author Grose, M.J.; Jones, T.M.
Title The Impacts of Artificial Light at Night on Urban Ecosystems Type Book Chapter
Year 2020 Publication The Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Ecology; Review
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Publisher Routledge Place of Publication Editor Douglas, I.; Anderson, P.M.L.; Goode, D.; Houck, M.C.; Maddox, D.; Nagendra, H.; Tan, P.Y.
Language English Summary Language English Original Title
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Series Volume Series Issue Edition 2nd
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Call Number IDA @ john @ Serial 3374
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Author Cabrera-Barona, P.F.; Bayón, M.; Durán, G.; Bonilla, A.; Mejía, V.
Title Generating and Mapping Amazonian Urban Regions Using a Geospatial Approach Type Journal Article
Year 2020 Publication ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information Abbreviated Journal Ijgi
Volume 9 Issue 7 Pages 453
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Abstract (up) (1) background: Urban representations of the Amazon are urgently needed in order tobetter understand the complexity of urban processes in this area of the World. So far, limited workthat represents Amazonian urban regions has been carried out. (2) methods: Our study area is theEcuadorian Amazon. We performed a K-means algorithm using six urban indicators: Urban fractaldimension, number of paved streets, urban radiant intensity (luminosity), and distances to theclosest new deforested areas, to oil pollution sources, and to mining pollution sources. We alsocarried out fieldwork to qualitatively validate our geospatial and statistical analyses. (3) results:We generated six Amazonian urban regions representing different urban configurations and processesof major cities, small cities, and emerging urban zones. The Amazonian urban regions generatedrepresent the urban systems of the Ecuadorian Amazon at a general scale, and correspond to theurban realities at a local scale. (4) conclusions: An Amazonian urban region is understood as a set ofurban zones that are dispersed and share common urban characteristics such a similar distance tooil pollution sources or similar urban radiant intensity. Our regionalization model represents thecomplexity of the Amazonian urban systems, and the applied methodology could be transferred toother Amazonian countries.
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Call Number GFZ @ kyba @ Serial 3115
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