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Grubisic, M.; Haim, A.; Bhusal, P.; Dominoni, D.M.; Gabriel, K.M.A.; Jechow, A.; Kupprat, F.; Lerner, A.; Marchant, P.; Riley, W.; Stebelova, K.; van Grunsven, R.H.A.; Zeman, M.; Zubidat, A.E.; Hölker, F. Light Pollution, Circadian Photoreception, and Melatonin in Vertebrates 2019 Sustainability 11 6400
Marchant, P. Do brighter, whiter street lights improve road safety? 2019 Significance 16 8-9
Marchant, P. Evaluating area-wide crime-reduction measures 2005 Significance 2 62-65
Marchant, P.; Hale, J.D.; Sadler, J.P. Does changing to brighter road lighting improve road safety? Multilevel longitudinal analysis of road traffic collision frequency during the relighting of a UK city 2020 Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health
Marchant, P.R. Why Lighting Claims Might Well Be Wrong 2017 International Journal of Sustainable Lighting 19 69-74
Marchant, P.R. Have new street lighting schemes reduced crime in London? 2011 Radical Statistics 39-48
Marchant, P.R. What is the contribution of street lighting to keeping us safe? An investigation into a policy. 2010 Radical Statistics 32-42
Marchant, P.R. Investigating whether a crime reduction measure works 2006 Radical Statistics 91
Marchant, P.R. A Demonstration That the Claim That Brighter Lighting Reduces Crime Is Unfounded 2004 British Journal of Criminology 44 441-447