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Casasole, G.; Raap, T.; Costantini, D.; AbdElgawad, H.; Asard, H.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Neither artificial light at night, anthropogenic noise nor distance from roads are associated with oxidative status of nestlings in an urban population of songbirds 2017 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology 210 14-21
Grunst, M.L.; Raap, T.; Grunst, A.S.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Artificial light at night does not affect telomere shortening in a developing free-living songbird: A field experiment 2019 Science of The Total Environment 662 266-275
Grunst, M.L.; Raap, T.; Grunst, A.S.; Pinxten, R.; Parenteau, C.; Angelier, F.; Eens, M. Early-life exposure to artificial light at night elevates physiological stress in free-living songbirds 2020 Environmental Pollution in press
Raap, T.; Casasole, G.; Costantini, D.; AbdElgawad, H.; Asard, H.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Artificial light at night affects body mass but not oxidative status in free-living nestling songbirds: an experimental study 2016 Scientific Reports 6 35626
Raap, T.; Casasole, G.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Early life exposure to artificial light at night affects the physiological condition: An experimental study on the ecophysiology of free-living nestling songbirds 2016 Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987) 218 909-914
Raap, T.; Pinxten, R.; Casasole, G.; Dehnhard, N.; Eens, M. Ambient anthropogenic noise but not light is associated with the ecophysiology of free-living songbird nestlings 2017 Scientific Reports 7 2754
Raap, T.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Cavities shield birds from effects of artificial light at night on sleep 2018 Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part A, Ecological and Integrative Physiology 329 449-456
Raap, T.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Rigorous field experiments are essential to understand the genuine severity of light pollution and to identify possible solutions 2017 Global Change Biology 23 5024-5026
Raap, T.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Artificial light at night disrupts sleep in female great tits (Parus major) during the nestling period, and is followed by a sleep rebound 2016 Environmental Pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987) 215 125-134
Raap, T.; Pinxten, R.; Eens, M. Light pollution disrupts sleep in free-living animals 2015 Scientific Reports 5 13557