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Erren, T. C., & Lewis, P. (2019). Hypothesis: ubiquitous circadian disruption can cause cancer. Eur J Epidemiol, 34(1), 1–4.
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Farghly, M. F., Mahrose, K. M., Ahmad, E. A. M., Rehman, Z. U., & Yu, S. (2019). Implementation of different feeding regimes and flashing light in broiler chicks. Poult Sci, in press.
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Grunst, M. L., Raap, T., Grunst, A. S., Pinxten, R., & Eens, M. (2019). Artificial light at night does not affect telomere shortening in a developing free-living songbird: A field experiment. Science of The Total Environment, in press.
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Kienast, F., & Weiss, M. (2019). Wie Lichtemissionen den Schweizer Wald seit 1992 erhellen. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 170(1), 18–23.
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Boyce, P. R. (2019). The benefits of light at night. Building and Environment, in press.
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