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Author (up) Bakken, H.H.; Zank, E.E.
Title Light and Power: Rates and Costs of Service in Wisconsin R.E.A. Cooperatives. Madison. Type Book Whole
Year 1959 Publication Madison, University of Wisconsin Press Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Economy
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 880
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Author (up) Ball, L.J.; Palesh, O.; Kriegsfeld, L.J.
Title The Pathophysiologic Role of Disrupted Circadian and Neuroendocrine Rhythms in Breast Carcinogenesis Type Journal Article
Year 2016 Publication Endocrine Reviews Abbreviated Journal Endocrine Reviews
Volume Issue Pages er.2015-1133
Keywords Human Health
Abstract Most physiological processes in the brain and body exhibit daily (circadian) rhythms coordinated by an endogenous master clock located in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of the hypothalamus that are essential for normal health and functioning. Exposure to sunlight during the day and darkness at night optimally entrains biological rhythms to promote homeostasis and human health. Unfortunately, a major consequence of the modern lifestyle is increased exposure to sun-free environments during the day and artificial lighting at night. Additionally, behavioral disruptions to circadian rhythms (i.e., repeated transmeridian flights, night or rotating shift work, or sleep disturbances) have a profound influence on health and have been linked to a number of pathological conditions, including endocrine-dependent cancers. Specifically, night shift work has been identified as a significant risk factor for breast cancer in industrialized countries. Several mechanisms have been proposed by which shift-work-induced circadian disruptions promote cancer. In this review, we examine the importance of the brain-body link through which circadian disruptions contribute to endocrine-dependent diseases, including breast carcinogenesis, by negatively impacting neuroendocrine and neuroimmune cells and consider preventive measures directed at maximizing circadian health.
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Call Number LoNNe @ kyba @ Serial 1496
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Author (up) Ballasus, H.; Hill, K.; Hüppop, H.
Title Gefahren künstlicher Beleuchtung für ziehende Vögel und Fledermäuse. Type Journal Article
Year 2009 Publication Ber Vogelschutz Abbreviated Journal
Volume 46 Issue Pages 127-157
Keywords Animals
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 690
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Author (up) Bamford, S.P.; Nichol, R.C.; Baldry, I.K.; Land, K.; Lintott, C.J.; Schawinski, K.; Slosar, A.; Szalay, A.S.; Thomas, D.; Torki, M.; Andreescu, D.; Edmondson, E.M.; Miller, C.J.; Murray, P.; Raddick, M.J.; Vandenberg, J.
Title Galaxy Zoo: the dependence of morphology and colour on environment Type Journal Article
Year 2009 Publication Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Abbreviated Journal
Volume 393 Issue 4 Pages 1324-1352
Keywords Remote Sensing
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 902
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Author (up) Ban, Y.; Cao, C.; Shao, X.
Title Assessment of scan-angle dependent radiometric bias of Suomi-NPP VIIRS day/night band from night light point source observations Type Journal Article
Year 2015 Publication Proc. SPIE 9607, Earth Observing Systems XX, 2015 Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 960727
Keywords Remote sensing; Suomi NPP; VIIRS DNB; calibration
Abstract The low gain stage of VIIRS Day/Night Band (DNB) on Suomi-NPP is calibrated using onboard solar diffuser. The calibration is then transferred to the high gain stage of DNB based on the gain ratio determined from data collected along solar terminator region. The calibration transfer causes increase of uncertainties and affects the accuracy of the low light radiances observed by DNB at night. Since there are 32 aggregation zones from nadir to the edge of the scan and each zone has its own calibration, the calibration versus scan angle of DNB needs to be independently assessed. This study presents preliminary analysis of the scan-angle dependence of the light intensity from bridge lights, oil platforms, power plants, and flares observed by VIIRS DNB since 2014. Effects of atmospheric path length associated with scan angle are analyzed. In addition, other effects such as light changes at the time of observation are also discussed. The methodology developed will be especially useful for JPSS J1 VIIRS due to the nonlinearity effects at high scan angles, and the modification of geolocation software code for different aggregation modes. It is known that J1 VIIRS DNB has large nonlinearity across aggregation zones, and requires new aggregation modes, as well as more comprehensive validation.
Address Univ. of Maryland, College Park, USA
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Call Number IDA @ john @ Serial 1259
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