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Bennie, J.; Davies, T.W.; Inger, R.; Gaston, K.J.; Chisholm, R. Mapping artificial lightscapes for ecological studies 2014 Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 534-540 details   doi
Craggs, J.; Guest, J.R.; Davis, M.; Simmons, J.; Dashti, E.; Sweet, M. Inducing broadcast coral spawning ex situ: Closed system mesocosm design and husbandry protocol 2017 Ecology and Evolution 7 11066-11078 details   doi
Kehoe, R.C.; Cruse, D.; Sanders, D.; Gaston, K.J.; van Veen, F.J.F. Shifting daylength regimes associated with range shifts alter aphid-parasitoid community dynamics 2018 Ecology and Evolution 8 8761-8769 details   doi
Owens, A.C.S.; Lewis, S.M. The impact of artificial light at night on nocturnal insects: A review and synthesis 2018 Ecology and Evolution 8 11337-11358 details   doi
Portugal, S. J., White, C. R., Frappell, P. B.m Green, J. A., & Butler, P. J. Impacts of “supermoon” events on the physiology of a wild bird 2019 Ecology and Evolution 9 7974-7984 details   doi
Russ, A.; Reitemeier, S.; Weissmann, A.; Gottschalk, J.; Einspanier, A.; Klenke, R. Seasonal and urban effects on the endocrinology of a wild passerine 2015 Ecology and Evolution 5 5698–5710 details   doi
Straka, T.M.; Lentini, P.E.; Lumsden, L.F.; Wintle, B.A.; van der Ree, R. Urban bat communities are affected by wetland size, quality, and pollution levels 2016 Ecology and Evolution 6 4761-4774 details   doi
Straka,T. M., Wolf, M., Gras, P., Buchholz, S., & Voigt, C. C. Tree Cover Mediates the Effect of Artificial Light on Urban Bats 2019 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7 91 details   doi
van Geffen, K.G.; van Grunsven, R.H.A.; van Ruijven, J.; Berendse, F.; Veenendaal, E.M. Artificial light at night causes diapause inhibition and sex-specific life history changes in a moth 2014 Ecology and Evolution 4 2082–2089 details   doi
Voigt, C.C.; Rehnig, K.; Lindecke, O.; Petersons, G. Migratory bats are attracted by red light but not by warm-white light: Implications for the protection of nocturnal migrants 2018 Ecology and Evolution 8 9353-9361 details   doi
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