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Author (up) Brons JA; Bullogh JD; Rea MS url  openurl
  Title Outdoor site-lighting performance: A comprehensive and quantitative framework for assessing light pollution Type Journal Article
  Year 2008 Publication Lighting Research and Technology Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 40 Issue Pages 201-204  
  Keywords lighting technology, lighting design  
  Abstract Outdoor Site-Lighting Performance (OSP) is a comprehensive method for predicting and measuring three different aspects of light pollution: glow, trespass and glare. OSP is based upon the philosophy that a rational framework is necessary for optimising private and public desires for and against night-time lighting. Results are presented from over one hundred outdoor lighting installations that provide an empirical foundation for acknowledging the benefits of night-time lighting while establishing limits on light pollution. Recommended limits for glow, trespass and glare are offered to stimulate discussion among all stakeholders concerned with night-time lighting.  
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