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Author Title Year Publication (up) Volume Pages
BUWAL, W. U. L. Empfehlungen zur Vermeidung von Lichtemissionen 2005
ILE The Institution of Lighting Engineers GUIDANCE NOTES FOR THE REDUCTION OF OBTRUSIVE LIGHT 2005 1-4
MITYC La energ’ia en España 2004 2005
Kelber, A. Light intensity limits foraging activity in nocturnal and crepuscular bees 2005 Behavioral Ecology 17 63-72
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
Blask, D.E.; Brainard, G.C.; Dauchy, R.T.; Hanifin, J.P.; Davidson, L.K.; Krause, J.A.; Sauer, L.A.; Rivera-Bermudez, M.A.; Dubocovich, M.L.; Jasser, S.A.; Lynch, D.T.; Rollag, M.D.; Zalatan, F. Melatonin-depleted blood from premenopausal women exposed to light at night stimulates growth of human breast cancer xenografts in nude rats 2005 Cancer Research 65 11174-11184
Haim, A.; Shanas, U.; Zubidad, A.E.S.; Scantelbury, M. Seasonality and Seasons Out of Time--The Thermoregulatory Effects of Light Interference 2005 Chronobiology International 22 59-66
Clark, B.A.J. Is Artificial Light at Night too much of a Good Thing? 2005 Clinical and Experimental Optometry 88 197–199
Amaral, S.; Câmara, G.; Monteiro, A.M.V.; Quintanilha, J.A.; Elvidge, C.D. Estimating population and energy consumption in Brazilian Amazonia using DMSP night-time satellite data 2005 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 29 179-195
Behar, H. When the Light is Right 2005 Convenience Store News 41 113–120