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Welbers, A.A.M.H.; van Dis, N.E.; Kolvoort, A.M.; Ouyang, J.; Visser, M.E.; Spoelstra, K.; Dominoni, D.M. Artificial Light at Night Reduces Daily Energy Expenditure in Breeding Great Tits (Parus major) 2017 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5
Dominoni, D.M.; Kjellberg Jensen, J.; de Jong, M.; Visser, M.E.; Spoelstra, K. Artificial light at night, in interaction with spring temperature, modulates timing of reproduction in a passerine bird 2019 Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America in press
Wilson, P.; Thums, M.; Pattiaratchi, C.; Meekan, M.; Pendoley, K.; Fisher, R.; Whiting, S. Artificial light disrupts the nearshore dispersal of neonate flatback turtles Natator depressus 2018 Marine Ecology Progress Series 600 179-192
Mcmunn, M. S., Yang, L. H., Ansalmo, A., Bucknam, K., Claret, M., Clay, C., Cox, K., Dungey, D. D., Jones, A., & Kim, A. Y. Artificial Light Increases Local Predator Abundance, Predation Rates, and Herbivory 2019 Environmental Entomology 48 1331–1339
Duarte, C.; Quintanilla-Ahumada, D.; Anguita, C.; Manríquez, P.H.; Widdicombe, S.; Pulgar, J.; Silva-Rodriguez, E.A.; Miranda, C.; Manríquez, K.; Quijón, P.A. Artificial light pollution at night (ALAN) disrupts the distribution and circadian rhythm of a sandy beach isopod 2019 Environmental Pollution 248 565-573