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Zumthor, P.; Beer, I.; Mathieu, J. Wieviel Licht braucht der Mensch, um leben zu können, und wieviel Dunkelheit? 2005 Vdf Hochschulverlag 224
Zschokke, S.; Herberstein, M.E. Laboratory Methods For Maintaining And Studying Web-Building Spiders 2005 Journal of Arachnology 33 205-213
Wood, J.M.; Tyrrell, R.A.; Carberry, T.P. Limitations in drivers' ability to recognize pedestrians at night 2005 Human Factors 47 644-653
Tuxbury, S.M.; Salmon, M. Competitive interactions between artificial lighting and natural cues during seafinding by hatchling marine turtles 2005 Biological Conservation 121 311-316
Roos, P.J. Kreative Außenbeleuchtung ohne Lichtsmog 2005 Licht: Planung, Design, Technik, Handel 57
Peckston, T.S The theory and practice of gas lighting : containing much original matter relative to coal-gas, and an entirely new treatise on the economy of the gases, procured for illuminating purposes from oil, turf, &c. 2005 Farmington Hills: Thomson Gale
MITYC La energ’ia en España 2004 2005
Marchant, P. Evaluating area-wide crime-reduction measures 2005 Significance 2 62-65
Kelber, A. Light intensity limits foraging activity in nocturnal and crepuscular bees 2005 Behavioral Ecology 17 63-72
Kayumov, L.; Casper, R.F.; Hawa, R.J.; Perelman, B.; Chung, S.A.; Sokalsky, S.; Shapiro, C.M. Blocking low-wavelength light prevents nocturnal melatonin suppression with no adverse effect on performance during simulated shift work 2005 The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 90 2755-2761