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Nievas Rosillo, M. (2013). Absolute photometry and Night Sky Brightness with all-sky cameras. e-prints Complutense. Master's thesis, , Madrid.
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Estrada-García, R., Garcí­a-Gil, M., Acosta, L., Bará, S., Sanchez de Miguel, A., & Zamorano, J. (2015). Statistical modelling and satellite monitoring of upward light from public lighting. Lighting Res. & Tech., (1477153515583181), 1–30.
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Rabaza, O., Aznar-Dols, F., Mercado-Vargas, M., & Espin-Estrella, A. (2014). A new method of measuring and monitoring light pollution in the night sky. Lighting Research and Technology, 46(1), 5–19.
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Barentine, J. C., Walker, C. E., Kocifaj, M., Kundracik, F., Juan, A., Kanemoto, J., et al. (2018). Skyglow Changes Over Tucson, Arizona, Resulting From A Municipal LED Street Lighting Conversion. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 212, 10–23.
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Cinzano, P., Falchi, F., & Elvidge, C. D. (2001). Naked-eye star visibility and limiting magnitude mapped from DMSP-OLS satellite data. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 323(1), 34–46.
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Zamorano, J., Sánchez de Miguel, A., Ocaña, F., Pila-Diez, B., Gómez Castaño, J., Pascual, S., et al. (2016). Testing sky brightness models against radial dependency: a dense two dimensional survey around the city of Madrid, Spain. JQSRT, 181, 52–66.
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Weishampel, Z. A., Cheng, W. - H., & Weishampel, J. F. (2016). Sea turtle nesting patterns in Florida vis-à-vis satellite-derived measures of artificial lighting. Remote Sens Ecol Conserv, 2(1), 59–72.
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Noll, S., Kausch, W., Barden, M., Jones, A. M., Szyszka, C., Kimeswenger, S., et al. (2012). An atmospheric radiation model for Cerro Paranal: I. The optical spectral range*. A&A, 543, A92.
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Troy, J. R., Holmes, N. D., & Green, M. C. (2011). Modeling artificial light viewed by fledgling seabirds. Ecosphere, 2(10), art109.
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Troy, J. R., Holmes, N. D., Veech, J. A., & Green, M. C. (2013). Using observed seabird fallout records to infer patterns of attraction to artificial light. Endangered Species Research, 22(3), 225–234.
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