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Ahn, H., Lee, S., & Jo, E. (2018). Assessment on Lighting Management Zones for Light pollution in Gwangju Metropolitan City. 한국태양에너지학회 학술대회논문집, .
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Beccali, M., Bonomolo, M., Leccese, F., Lista, D., & Salvadori, G. (2018). On the impact of safety requirements, energy prices and investment costs in street lighting refurbishment design. Energy, in press, in press.
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Benis, K., & Ferrão, P. (2018). Commercial farming within the urban built environment – Taking stock of an evolving field in northern countries. Global Food Security, 17, 30–37.
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Bryant, J. M., & Hake, H. G. (1911). A decision support system for assessment of street lighting tenders based on energy performance indicators and environmental criteria: Overview, methodology and case study. University of Illinois Bulletin, 9(8), Bulletin No. 51.
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Bullough, J. D., & Skinner, N. P. (2017). Real-World Demonstrations of Novel Pedestrian Crosswalk Lighting. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2661, 62–68.
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Challéat, S., & Lapostolle, D. (2014). Concilier éclairage urbain et environnement nocturne : Les enjeux d’une controverse sociotechnique. Nat. Sci. Soc., 22(4), 317–328.
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Clanton, N., Gibbons, R., Garcia, J., & Barber, M. (2014). Seattle LED Adaptive Lighting Study.
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Cucchiella, F., De Berardinis, P., Koh, L., & Rotilio, M. (2017). Planning restoration of a historical landscape: A case study for integrating a sustainable street lighting system with conservation of historical values. Journal of Cleaner Production, 165, 579–588.
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Deal, S. (2020). Striking a Balance Between Starry Skies and Urban Illumination. Water Log, 40(2).
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Du, J., Zhang, X., & King, D. (2018). An investigation into the risk of night light pollution in a glazed office building: The effect of shading solutions. Building and Environment, 145, 243–259.
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