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Brüning, A.; Hölker, F.; Wolter, C. Artificial light at night: implications for early life stages development in four temperate freshwater fish species 2011 Aquatic Sciences 73 143-152 details   doi
Berge, J.; Geoffroy, M.; Daase, M.; Cottier, F.; Priou, P.; Cohen, J.H.; Johnsen, G.; McKee, D.; Kostakis, I.; Renaud, P.E.; Vogedes, D.; Anderson, P.; Last, K.S.; Gauthier, S. Artificial light during the polar night disrupts Arctic fish and zooplankton behaviour down to 200 m depth 2020 Communications Biology 3 article 102 details   doi
Mcmunn, M. S., Yang, L. H., Ansalmo, A., Bucknam, K., Claret, M., Clay, C., Cox, K., Dungey, D. D., Jones, A., & Kim, A. Y. Artificial Light Increases Local Predator Abundance, Predation Rates, and Herbivory 2019 Environmental Entomology 48 1331–1339 details   doi
Duarte, C.; Quintanilla-Ahumada, D.; Anguita, C.; Manríquez, P.H.; Widdicombe, S.; Pulgar, J.; Silva-Rodriguez, E.A.; Miranda, C.; Manríquez, K.; Quijón, P.A. Artificial light pollution at night (ALAN) disrupts the distribution and circadian rhythm of a sandy beach isopod 2019 Environmental Pollution 248 565-573 details   doi
Kumar, P.; Ashawat, M.S.; Pandit, V.; Sharma, D.K. Artificial Light Pollution at Night: A Risk for Normal Circadian Rhythm and Physiological Functions in Humans 2019 Current Environmental Engineering 6 111-125 details   doi
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