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Researchers track nocturnal flight to reduce seabird mortality due to light pollution
The LuMinAves project in which the Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) participates has collected data to manage the seabird mortality induced by artificial lights, an important phenomenon...
About Researchers track nocturnal flight to reduce seabird mortality due to light pollution
White and blue lights are the most pernicious for wildlife
For many decades, the spectral composition of lighting was determined by the type of lamp, which also influenced potential effects of outdoor lights on species and ecosystems. Light?emitting diode...
About White and blue lights are the most pernicious for wildlife
Effects of artificial lights for ecotourism on little penguins
Wildlife watching is an emerging ecotourism activity around the world. In Australia and New Zealand, night viewing of little penguins attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors per year. As...
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Reducing light-induced mortality of seabirds: High pressure sodium lights decrease the fatal attraction of shearwaters
The use of artificial light at night and its ecological consequences are increasing around the world. Light pollution can lead to massive mortality episodes for nocturnally active petrels, one of...
About Reducing light-induced mortality of seabirds: High pressure sodium lights decrease the fatal attraction of shearwaters
Review of seabird mortality caused by land-based artificial lights
Artificial lights at night cause high mortality of seabirds, one of the most endangered groups of birds globally. Fledglings of burrow-nesting seabirds, and to a lesser extent adults, are grounded...
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