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Keola, S.; Andersson, M.; Hall, O. Monitoring Economic Development from Space: Using Nighttime Light and Land Cover Data to Measure Economic Growth 2015 World Development 66 322-334
Zielinska-Dabkowska, K.M. Critical Perspectives On Media Architecture : Is It Still Possible To Design Projects Without Negatively Affecting Urban Nighttime Environments And Will The Future Remain Dynamic, Bright And Multi-Colored? 2014 World Cities 101-108
Jørgensen, L. D., Tambo, T., & Xydis, G. An efficiency evaluation of radar‐based obstruction lights controlling at a wind turbine test site 2019 Wind Energy 22
Jechow, A.; Hölker, F. How dark is a river? Artificial light at night in aquatic systems and the need for comprehensive night‐time light measurements 2019 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 6 e1388
Robertson, B.A., Horváth, G. Color polarization vision mediates the strength of an evolutionary trap 2018 Wiley Evolutionary Applications In press