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Barentine, J. C. (2016). Going for the Gold : Quantifying and Ranking Visual Night Sky Quality in International Dark Sky Places. IJSL, 18, 9–15.
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Blundell, E., Schaffer, V., & Moyle, B. D. (2020). Dark sky tourism and the sustainability of regional tourism destinations. Tourism Recreation Research, 45(4), 549–556.
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Grove, L. (2016). Reducing Acadia's Light Pollution. Master's thesis, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
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Kolláth, Z. (2010). Measuring and modelling light pollution at the Zselic Starry Sky Park. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 218, 012001.
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Labuda, M., Koch, R., & Nagyová, A. (2015). “Dark Sky Parks” as measure to support nature tourism in large protection areas – case study in the Nature Park “Nossentiner/Schwinzer Heide”. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung, 47(12), 380–388.
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Labuda, M., Pavličková, K., Števová, J. (2016). Dark Sky Parks – new impulse for nature tourism development in protected areas (National Park Muranska Planina, Slovakia). eRTR, 13(5/6), 536–549.
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Loveridge, A., Duell, R., Abbari, J., & Moffatt, M. (2014). Night Landscapes: A Challenge to World Heritage Protocols. Landscape Rev., 15(1), 64–75.
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Rodrigues, A. L. O., Rodrigues, A., & Peroff, D. M. (2015). The Sky and Sustainable Tourism Development: A Case Study of a Dark Sky Reserve Implementation in Alqueva: The Sky and Sustainable Tourism Development. Int. J. Tourism Res., 17(3), 292–302.
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