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Rowse, E.G., Lewanzik, D.; Stone, E.L.; Harris, S.; Jones, G. Dark Matters: The Effects of Artificial Lighting on Bats 2015 Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of Bats in a Changing World 187-213
Rowse, E.G.; Harris, S.; Jones, G. Effects of dimming light-emitting diode street lights on light-opportunistic and light-averse bats in suburban habitats 2018 Royal Society Open Science 5 180205
Rowse, E.G.; Harris, S.; Jones, G. The Switch from Low-Pressure Sodium to Light Emitting Diodes Does Not Affect Bat Activity at Street Lights 2016 PloS one 11 e0150884
Stone, E.L.; Harris, S.; Jones, G. Impacts of artificial lighting on bats: a review of challenges and solutions 2015 Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde
Stone, E.L.; Jones, G.; Harris, S. Street lighting disturbs commuting bats 2009 Current Biology : CB 19 1123-1127
Stone, E.L.; Wakefield, A.; Harris, S.; Jones, G. The impacts of new street light technologies: experimentally testing the effects on bats of changing from low-pressure sodium to white metal halide 2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 370 20140127
Stone, E.M.; Jones, G.; Harris, S. Conserving energy at a cost to biodiversity? Impacts of LED lighting on bats 2012 Global Change Biology 18 2458–2465
Wakefield, A.; Broyles, M.; Stone, E.L.; Harris, S.; Jones, G.; Minderman, J. Quantifying the attractiveness of broad-spectrum street lights to aerial nocturnal insects 2018 Journal of Applied Ecology 55 714-722
Wakefield, A.; Broyles, M.; Stone, E.L.; Jones, G.; Harris, S. Experimentally comparing the attractiveness of domestic lights to insects: Do LEDs attract fewer insects than conventional light types? 2016 Ecology and Evolution 6 8028-8036
Wakefield, A.; Stone, E.L.; Jones, G.; Harris, S. Light-emitting diode street lights reduce last-ditch evasive manoeuvres by moths to bat echolocation calls 2015 Royal Society Open Science 2