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Cabrera-Cruz, S.A.; Smolinsky, J.A.; McCarthy, K.P.; Buler, J.J. Urban areas affect flight altitudes of nocturnally migrating birds 2019 The Journal of Animal Ecology 88 1873-1887 details   doi
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 details   doi
Abay, K.A.; Amare, M. Night light intensity and women's body weight: Evidence from Nigeria 2018 Economics and Human Biology 31 238-248 details   doi
Hale, J.D.; Fairbrass, A.J.; Matthews, T.J.; Davies, G.; Sadler, J.P. The ecological impact of city lighting scenarios: exploring gap crossing thresholds for urban bats 2015 Global Change Biology details   doi
Dominoni, D.M.; Partecke, J. Does light pollution alter daylength? A test using light loggers on free-ranging European blackbirds (Turdus merula) 2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 370 20140118 details   doi
Clewley, G.D.; Plummer, K.E.; Robinson, R.A.; Simm, C.H.; Toms, M.P. The effect of artificial lighting on the arrival time of birds using garden feeding stations in winter: A missed opportunity? 2015 Urban Ecosystems 19 535–546 details   doi
Gonzalez, S.A.; Yanez-Navea, K.; Munoz, M. Effect of coastal urbanization on sandy beach coleoptera Phaleria maculata (Kulzer, 1959) in northern Chile 2014 Marine Pollution Bulletin 83 265-274 details   doi
Dunnett, O, Contested landscapes: the moral geographies of light pollution in Britain 2014 Cultural Geographies 22 619-636 details   url
Perkin, E.K.; Hölker, F.; Tockner, K.; Richardson, J.S. Artificial light as a disturbance to light-naïve streams 2014 Freshwater Biology 59 2235–2244 details   doi
Pawson, S.M.; Bader, M.K.-F. LED lighting increases the ecological impact of light pollution irrespective of color temperature 2014 Ecological Applications 24 1561-1568 details   doi
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