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Dunnett, O.,. (2014). Contested landscapes: the moral geographies of light pollution in Britain. Cultural Geographies, 22(4).
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Gandy, M. (2017). Negative Luminescence. Ann. Amer. Assn. Geographers, , 1–18.
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Shaw, R. (2015). Night as Fragmenting Frontier: Understanding the Night that Remains in an era of24/7: Night as Fragmenting Frontier. Geography Compass, 9(12), 637–647.
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