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Fisher, N. A. (2006). Reclaiming the „Dark Sky“. Electrical Contracting Products, 9(6), 30–31.
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Fonken, L. K., Aubrecht, T. G., Melendez-Fernandez, O. H., Weil, Z. M., & Nelson, R. J. (2013). Dim light at night disrupts molecular circadian rhythms and increases body weight. J Biol Rhythms, 28(4), 262–271.
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Fonken, L. K., Finy, M. S., Walton, J. C., Weil, Z. M., Workman, J. L., Ross, J., et al. (2009). Influence of light at night on murine anxiety- and depressive-like responses. Behav Brain Res, 205(2), 349–354.
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Fonken, L. K., Lieberman, R. A., Weil, Z. M., & Nelson, R. J. (2013). Dim light at night exaggerates weight gain and inflammation associated with a high-fat diet in male mice. Endocrinology, 154(10), 3817–3825.
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Foth, M., Caldwell, G.A. (2018). More-than-human media architecture.
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Fotios, S., & Gibbons, R. (2018). Road lighting research for drivers and pedestrians: The basis of luminance and illuminance recommendations. Lighting Research & Technology, 50(1), 154–186.
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Fotios, S., & Goodman, T. (2012). Proposed UK guidance for lighting in residential roads. Lighting Research & Technology, 44(1), 69–83.
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Fotios, S., & Yao, Q. (2018). The association between correlated colour temperature and scotopic/photopic ratio. Lighting Research & Technology, 35(10), 1365–1374.
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Fotios, S., Yang, B., & Uttley, J. (2014). Observing other pedestrians: Investigating the typical distance and duration of fixation. Lighting Research and Technologying Res & Tech, 47(5), 548–564.
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Fotios, S., Price, T. (2017). Road lighting and accidents: Why lighting is not the only answer. Lighting Journal, 82(5), 22–26.
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