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Aceituno, J.; Sánchez, S.F.; Aceituno, F.J.; Galadí-Enríquez, D.; Negro, J.J.; Soriguer, R.C.; Gomez, G.S. An All-Sky Transmission Monitor: ASTMON 2011 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 123 1076-1086 details   doi
Addison, D.; Stewart, B. Nighttime Lights Revisited: The Use of Nighttime Lights Data as a Proxy for Economic Variables 2015 World Bank Group Policy Research Working Papers details   openurl
Chalkias, C.; Petrakis, M.; Psiloglou, B.; Lianou, M. Modelling of light pollution in suburban areas using remotely sensed imagery and GIS 2006 Journal of Environmental Management 79 57-63 details   doi
Duriscoe, D.M.; Luginbuhl, C.B.; Moore, C.W. Measuring Night-Sky Brightness with a Wide-Field CCD Camera 2007 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 119 192-213 details   doi
Falchi, F. Campaign of sky brightness and extinction measurements using a portable CCD camera: Sky brightness and extinction measurements 2011 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 412 33-48 details   doi
Hölker, F.; Wolter, C.; Perkin, E.K.; Tockner, K. Light pollution as a biodiversity threat 2010 Trends in Ecology & Evolution 25 681-682 details   doi
Jin, X.; Li, Y.; Zhang, J.; Zheng, J.; Liu, H. An Approach to Evaluating Light Pollution in Residential Zones: A Case Study of Beijing 2017 Sustainability 9 652 details   doi
Jung, K.; Kalko, E.K. Where forest meets urbanization: foraging plasticity of aerial insectivorous bats in an anthropogenically altered environment 2010 Journal of Mammalogy 91 144-153 details   doi
Li, H.; Wu, M.; Tian, D.; Wu, L.; Niu, Z. Monitoring and analysis of the expansion of the Ajmr Port, Davao City, Philippines using multi-source remote sensing data 2019 PeerJ 7 e7512 details   doi
Pun, C.S.J.; So, C.W. Night-sky brightness monitoring in Hong Kong: a city-wide light pollution assessment 2012 Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184 2537-2557 details   doi
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