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Bennie, J.; Davies, T.W.; Cruse, D.; Inger, R.; Gaston, K.J.; Lewis, O. Artificial light at night causes top-down and bottom-up trophic effects on invertebrate populations 2018 Journal of Applied Ecology 55 2698-2706 details   doi
Bensch, G.; Peters, J.; Sievert, M. The lighting transition in rural Africa — From kerosene to battery-powered LED and the emerging disposal problem 2017 Energy for Sustainable Development 39 13-20 details   doi
Beresford, A.E.; Donald, P.F.; Buchanan, G.M. Repeatable and standardised monitoring of threats to Key Biodiversity Areas in Africa using Google Earth Engine 2020 Ecological Indicators 109 105763 details   doi
Berge, J.; Geoffroy, M.; Daase, M.; Cottier, F.; Priou, P.; Cohen, J.H.; Johnsen, G.; McKee, D.; Kostakis, I.; Renaud, P.E.; Vogedes, D.; Anderson, P.; Last, K.S.; Gauthier, S. Artificial light during the polar night disrupts Arctic fish and zooplankton behaviour down to 200 m depth 2020 Communications Biology 3 article 102 details   doi
Bergs, R.; Issa, M. What do night satellite images and small-scale grid data tell us about functional changes in the rural-urban environment and the economy? Case studies Frankfurt-Rhein/Main and Ljubljana Urban Region 2018 details   openurl
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