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Becker, A., Whitfield, A. K., Cowley, P. D., Järnegren, J., Naesje, T. F., & Crispo, E. (2013). Potential effects of artificial light associated with anthropogenic infrastructure on the abundance and foraging behaviour of estuary-associated fishes. J Appl Ecol, 50(1), 43–50.
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Bennie, J., Davies, T. W., Cruse, D., Inger, R., Gaston, K. J., & Lewis, O. (2018). Artificial light at night causes top-down and bottom-up trophic effects on invertebrate populations. J Appl Ecol, 55(6), 2698–2706.
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Gaston, K. J., Davies, T. W., Bennie, J., & Hopkins, J. (2012). Reducing the ecological consequences of night-time light pollution: options and developments. J Appl Ecol, 49(6), 1256–1266.
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Gaston, K. J., & Holt, L. A. (2018). Nature, extent and ecological implications of night‐time light from road vehicles. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(5), 2296–2307.
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Lewanzik, D., Voigt, C. C., & Minderman, J. (2016). Transition from conventional to light-emitting diode street lighting changes activity of urban bats. J Appl Ecol, 54(1), 264–271.
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Lewanzik, D., Voigt, C. C., & Pocock, M. (2014). Artificial light puts ecosystem services of frugivorous bats at risk. J Appl Ecol, 51(2), 388–394.
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Minnaar, C., Boyles, J. G., Minnaar, I. A., Sole, C. L., McKechnie, A. E., & McKenzie, A. (2014). Stacking the odds: light pollution may shift the balance in an ancient predator-prey arms race. J Appl Ecol, 52(2), 522–531.
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Wakefield, A., Broyles, M., Stone, E. L., Harris, S., Jones, G., & Minderman, J. (2018). Quantifying the attractiveness of broad-spectrum street lights to aerial nocturnal insects. J Appl Ecol, 55(2), 714–722.
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Zachary M. Cravens, V. A. B., Timothy J. Divoll, Justin G. Boyles. (2018). Illuminating prey selection in an insectivorous bat community, exposed to artificial light at night. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55(2), 705–713.
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