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Altermatt, F., & Ebert, D. (2016). Reduced flight-to-light behaviour of moth populations exposed to long-term urban light pollution. Biol Lett, 12(4), 20160111.
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Behar-Cohen, F., Martinsons, C., Vienot, F., Zissis, G., Barlier-Salsi, A., Cesarini, J. P., et al. (2011). Light-emitting diodes (LED) for domestic lighting: any risks for the eye? Prog Retin Eye Res, 30(4), 239–257.
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Blair, A. (2016). Sark in the Dark: Wellbeing and Community on the Dark Sky Island of Sark. Sophia Centre Master Monographs. Sophia Centre Press.
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Bullough, J. D., Donnell, E. T., & Rea, M. S. (2013). To illuminate or not to illuminate: roadway lighting as it affects traffic safety at intersections. Accid Anal Prev, 53, 65–77.
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Chalkias, C., Petrakis, M., Psiloglou, B., & Lianou, M. (2006). Modelling of light pollution in suburban areas using remotely sensed imagery and GIS. J Environ Manage, 79(1), 57–63.
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Chen, X., & Nordhaus, W. D. (2011). Using luminosity data as a proxy for economic statistics. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 108(21), 8589–8594.
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Cinzano, P., & Falchi, F. (2014). Quantifying light pollution. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 139, 13–20.
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Cope, K. L., Schook, M. W., & Benard, M. F. (2020). Exposure to artificial light at night during the larval stage has delayed effects on juvenile corticosterone concentration in American toads, Anaxyrus americanus. Gen Comp Endocrinol, in press, 113508.
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den Outer, P., Lolkema, D., Haaima, M., van der Hoff, R., Spoelstra, H., & Schmidt, W. (2011). Intercomparisons of nine sky brightness detectors. Sensors (Basel), 11(10), 9603–9612.
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Dickerman, B., & Liu, J. (2012). Does current scientific evidence support a link between light at night and breast cancer among female night-shift nurses? Review of evidence and implications for occupational and environmental health nurses. Workplace Health Saf, 60(6), 273–81; quiz 282.
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