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Manning, R., Newman, P., Barber, J., Monz, C., Hallo, J., & Lawson, S. (2018). Principles for Studying and Managing Natural Quiet and Natural Darkness in National Parks and Other Protected Areas. The George Wright Forum, 35(3), 350–362.
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Li, Q. F., Yang, G. X., Yu, L. H., & Zhang, H. (2006). A survey of the luminance distribution in the nocturnal environment in Shanghai urban areas and the control of luminance of floodlit buildings. Lighting Research & Technology, 38(3), 185–189.
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L.Imhoff, M., Lawrence, W. T., Stutzer, D. C., & Elvidge, C. D. (1997). A technique for using composite DMSP/OLS “City Lights” satellite data to map urban area. Remote Sensing of Environment, 61(3), 361–370.
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Grove, L. (2016). Reducing Acadia's Light Pollution. Master's thesis, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
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