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Bhardwaj, M., Soanes, K., Lahoz-Monfort, J. J., Lumsden, L. F., & van der Ree, R. (2020). Artificial lighting reduces the effectiveness of wildlife-crossing structures for insectivorous bats. Journal of Environmental Management, 262, 110313.
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Mammola, S., Isaia, M., Demonte, D., Triolo, P., & Nervo, M. (2018). Artificial lighting triggers the presence of urban spiders and their webs on historical buildings. Landscape and Urban Planning, 180, 187–194.
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Amavilah, V. H. (2018). Artificial nighttime lights and the “real” well-being of nations : “Measuring economic growth from outer space” and welfare from right here on Earth. Journal of Economics and Political Economy, 5(2), 209–218.
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Ohayon, M. M., & Milesi, C. (2016). Artificial Outdoor Nighttime Lights Associate with Altered Sleep Behavior in the American General Population. Sleep, 39(6), 1311–1320.
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Torres, D., Tidau, S., Jenkins, S., & Davies, T. (2020). Artificial skyglow disrupts celestial migration at night. Current Biology, 30(12), R696–R697.
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