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Obayashi, K.; Saeki, K.; Kurumatani, N. Obayashi et al. Respond to “Light at Night Predicts Depression—What Next?” 2018 American Journal of Epidemiology 187 439-440
Henneken, J.; Jones, T.M. Pheromones-based sexual selection in a rapidly changing world 2017 Current Opinion in Insect Science 24 84-88
Van Doren, B.; Horton, K.G.; Dokter, A.M.; Klinck, H.; Elbin, S.B., Farnsworth, A.; Dokter, A.M; Klinck, H.; Elbin, S.B.; Farnsworth, A. High-intensity urban light installation dramatically alters nocturnal bird migration 2017 Publications of the National Academy of Sciences 114 11175-11180
Alessandro Manfrin, Gabriel Singer, Stefano Larsen, Nadine Weiss, Roy H. A. van Grunsven, Nina-Sophie Weiss, Stefanie Wohlfahrt, Michael T. Monaghan and Franz Hölker Artificial light at night affects organism flux across ecosystem boundaries and drives community structure in the recipient ecosystem 2017 Frontiers in Environmental Science 5
Albreiki, Mohammed S. The effects of light at night and/or melatonin on hormones, metabo- lites, appetite control, vascular function, and behavioural responses. 2017 University of Surrey