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Author Reiter, R.J.
Title The melatonin rhythm: both a clock and a calendar Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1993 Publication Experientia Abbreviated Journal Experientia
Volume 49 Issue 8 Pages 654-664
Keywords Human Health
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 796
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Author Moore-Ede, M.C.
Title The 24-hour Society: The Risks, Costs and Challenges of a World that Never Stops. London. Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1993 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Economy
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 879
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Author Luecke, C.; Wurtsbaugh, W.A.
Title Effects of Moonlight and Daylight on Hydroacoustic Estimates of Pelagic Fish Abundance Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1993 Publication Transactions of the American Fisheries Society Abbreviated Journal Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume 122 Issue 1 Pages 112-120
Keywords animals; moonlight
Abstract To determine how moonlight and daylight affect hydroacoustic estimates of fish abundance, we used a dual-beam transducer and echo integration to survey pelagic fish (primarily Bonneville ciscoes Prosopium gemmifer) in Bear Lake, Utah and Idaho. During the new moon, the fish were dispersed (not schooling) below the thermocline, chiefly at the depths of 10–20 m. At full moon, they were dispersed but much closer to the bottom, where they were difficult to detect. Acoustic estimates offish density and biomass during full moons were approximately 50% of values derived during new moons. A diel survey during a new moon indicated that fish were widely dispersed in the water column at night, but formed schools at dawn. Our study indicated that light conditions must be standardized to insure consistent and comparable population estimates of some pelagic fishes.
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Call Number LoNNe @ kyba @ Serial 1563
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Author Smith, G.; Vingrys, A.J.; Maddocks, J.D.; Hely, C.P.
Title Color recognition and discrimination under full-moon light Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1994 Publication Applied Optics Abbreviated Journal Appl Opt
Volume 33 Issue 21 Pages 4741-4748
Keywords Human Health
Abstract The ability to recognize and discriminate colors under full-moon light was measured Color naming was performed at three sizes (0.5 degrees , 2 degrees , and 4 degrees ) by the use of one white and six colored chips that spanned the spectrum at two levels of saturation. The results show that correct color recognition is possible under full-moon light. However, the recognition rate depends on a complex interaction between hue, level of saturation, and size of test field. For small fields and desaturated colors, the recognition rate is low. However, for saturated colors, most hues can be recognized at better than chance levels, with red being recognized very accurately.
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Call Number LoNNe @ christopher.kyba @ Serial 531
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Author Matalin, A. V.
Title The strategy of dispersal behaviour in some Carabidae species of Southeastern Europe. In K. et al. Desender (Ed.), Type Journal Article
Year (up) 1994 Publication Carabid Beetles Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 183-188
Keywords Animals
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 610
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