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Author (up) Arnold, V. (ed)
Title Als das Licht kam: Erinnerungen an die Elektrifizierung Type Book Whole
Year 1986 Publication Wien, Köln, Graz. Böhlau Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Society
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 989
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Author (up) Beckmann, F.-W.
Title Die Botschaft der Lichtwerbung. Leuchtende Geschäftskennzeichnungen im Bild der Stadt Type Journal Article
Year 1986 Publication LICHT Abbreviated Journal
Volume 38 Issue 7 Pages 466-468
Keywords Economy
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 896
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Author (up) Garstang, R.H.
Title Model for Artificial Night-Sky Illumination. Type Journal Article
Year 1986 Publication Publ Astron Soc Pac Abbreviated Journal
Volume 98 Issue 601 Pages 364-375
Keywords Skyglow
Abstract A model has been constructed to allow calculation of the night-sky brightness caused by a city at its center and outside the city, and at arbitrary zenith distances. A circular city of uniform brightness is assumed, with the total brightness proportional to the population. Molecular scattering and aerosol scattering are included, with the amount of aerosols being an adjustable parameter, and different scale heights being adopted for molecules and aerosols. The reflectivity of the ground and the fraction of light radiated above the horizontal are taken as parameters. Applications are given to several cities, to the general population-distance relations, to brightness-distance relations, and to the city center brightness-population relations
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 560
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Author (up) Gliwicz, Z.M.
Title A Lunar Cycle in Zooplankton Type Journal Article
Year 1986 Publication Ecology Abbreviated Journal Ecology
Volume 67 Issue 4 Pages 883
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Call Number LoNNe @ christopher.kyba @ Serial 420
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Author (up) Lumsden, P. J., & Furuya, M.
Title Evidence for Two Actions of Light in the Photoperiodic Induction of Flowering in <italic>Pharbitis nil</italic> Type Journal Article
Year 1986 Publication Plant and Cell Physiology Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords Plants
Abstract Using one-day-old light-grown seedlings of Pharbitis nil we have shown that there are two distinct responses to light during the inductive dark period. The first is the classic night-break, which inhibits flowering at a specific stage of the circadian rhythm (assumed to be the basis of dark time measurement). The second action is to control the phase of this rhythm. The two responses were compared at the 6th and 8th hour of darkness. They differed in their dose responses, and by using very short exposures it was possible to achieve one response without the other. The response of the rhythm to light displayed characteristics of other circadian rhythms; the direction and sensitivity of the phase shift changed between the 6th and 8th h, the rhythm was reset by longer exposures to light, and with one critical light treatment at the appropriate phase, the rhythm was apparently abolished. These results offer direct support for an external coincidence model in the photoperiodic control of floral induction.
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Call Number IDA @ intern @ Serial 2375
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