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Murphy, B. A., O’Brien, C., & Elliott, J. A. (2019). Red light at night permits the nocturnal rise of melatonin production in horses. The Veterinary Journal, 252, 105360.
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May, D., Shidemantle, G., Melnick-Kelley, Q., Crane, K., & Hua, J. (2019). The effect of intensified illuminance and artificial light at night on fitness and susceptibility to abiotic and biotic stressors. Environmental Pollution, 251, 600–608.
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Zhang, X., Yang, W., Liang, W., Wang, Y., & Zhang, S. (2019). Intensity dependent disruptive effects of light at night on activation of the HPG axis of tree sparrows (Passer montanus). Environmental Pollution, 249, 904–909.
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Duarte, C., Quintanilla-Ahumada, D., Anguita, C., Manríquez, P. H., Widdicombe, S., Pulgar, J., et al. (2019). Artificial light pollution at night (ALAN) disrupts the distribution and circadian rhythm of a sandy beach isopod. Environmental Pollution, 248, 565–573.
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Falchi, F., Furgoni, R., Gallaway, T. A., Rybnikova, N. A., Portnov, B. A., Baugh, K., et al. (2019). Light pollution in USA and Europe: The good, the bad and the ugly. Journal of Environmental Management, 248, 109227.
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