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Artificial light at night as a driver of urban colonization
Urbanization and artificial light at night (ALAN) are major drivers of local biodiversity losses causing community alterations, disruption of predator-prey interactions, and ultimately, promotion...
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Humans shape distribution and habitat use of an opportunistic scavenger
Research focused on evaluating how human food subsidies influence the foraging ecology of scavenger species is scarce but essential for elucidating their role in shaping behavioral patterns,...
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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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Effects of natural and artificial light on the nocturnal behaviour of the wall gecko
In the present study, the effects of nocturnal light level (i.e. lunar phase and artificial lighting) on the activity of wall geckos was evaluated (Tarentola mauritanica) of different ages in an...
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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...
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