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Stevens, R.G. Artificial lighting in the industrialized world: circadian disruption and breast cancer 2006 Cancer Causes & Control : CCC 17 501-507
Kempenaers, B.; Borgstrom, P.; Loes, P.; Schlicht, E.; Valcu, M. Artificial night lighting affects dawn song, extra-pair siring success, and lay date in songbirds 2010 Current Biology : CB 20 1735-1739
Lowden, A.; Akerstedt, T. Assessment of a new dynamic light regimen in a nuclear power control room without windows on quickly rotating shiftworkers--effects on health, wakefulness, and circadian alignment: a pilot study 2012 Chronobiology International 29 641-649
Nadis, S. Biologists join drive to turn down the lights 2002 Nature 419 868
Kayumov, L.; Casper, R.F.; Hawa, R.J.; Perelman, B.; Chung, S.A.; Sokalsky, S.; Shapiro, C.M. Blocking low-wavelength light prevents nocturnal melatonin suppression with no adverse effect on performance during simulated shift work 2005 The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 90 2755-2761