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Dominoni, D., Quetting, M., & Partecke, J. (2013). Artificial light at night advances avian reproductive physiology. Proc Biol Sci, 280(1756), 20123017.
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De Miguel, A., Zamorano, J. M., Gómez Castaño, J., Ocaña, F., Pascual Ramírez, S., López Cayuela, M. A.,, et al. (2013). ). Contaminaci{ó}n lum{í}nica en Espa{ñ}a 2012: Light pollution in Spain 2012. In Highlights of Spanish Astrophysics VII, 1, 956.
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Davies, T. W., Bennie, J., Inger, R., Hempel de Ibarra, N., & Gaston, K. J. (2013). Artificial light pollution: are shifting spectral signatures changing the balance of species interactions? Global Change Biologyology, 19(5), 1417–1423.
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Davies, T. W., Bennie, J., Inger, R., & Gaston, K. J. (2013). Artificial light alters natural regimes of night-time sky brightness. Sci. Rep., 3.
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Dacke, M., Baird, E., Byrne, M., Scholtz, C. H., & Warrant, E. J. (2013). Dung beetles use the Milky Way for orientation. Curr Biol, 23(4), 298–300.
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Czeisler, C. A. (2013). Perspective: casting light on sleep deficiency. Nature, 497(7450), S13.
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Conci, A. (2013). SQM-PI:helping asronomers to measure light pollution. Master's thesis, , .
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Collison, F. M., & Poe, K. (2013). “Astronomical Tourism”: The Astronomy and Dark Sky Program at Bryce Canyon National Park. Tourism Management Perspectives, 7, 1–15.
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Clark, G. F., Stark, J. S., Johnston, E. L., Runcie, J. W., Goldsworthy, P. M., Raymond, B., et al. (2013). Light-driven tipping points in polar ecosystems. Glob Chang Biol, 19(12), 3749–3761.
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