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Cochran, W. W., & Graber, R. R. (1958). Attraction of nocturnal migrants by lights on a television tower. The Wilson Bulletin, 70(4), 378–380.
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Patrick, G. T. W. (1919). The Psychology of Daylight Saving. The Scientific Monthly, 9(5), 385–396.
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Manriquez, P. H., Jara, M. E., Diaz, M. I., Quijon, P. A., Widdicombe, S., Pulgar, J., et al. (2019). Artificial light pollution influences behavioral and physiological traits in a keystone predator species, Concholepas concholepas. Sci Total Environ, 661, 543–552.
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