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    • How dark is a river? Artificial light at night in aquatic systems and the need for comprehensive night‐time light measurements 

      Jechow, AndreasORCIDiD; Hölker, FranzORCIDiD (Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 2019-09-30)
      Freshwater ecosystems are hotspots of biodiversity. They are of major importance for humans because they provide vital ecosystem services. However, as humans tend to settle near freshwaters and coastal areas, these ecosystems ...
    • Multiple Angle Observations Would Benefit Visible Band Remote Sensing Using Night Lights 

      Kyba, Christopher C. M.ORCIDiD; Aubé, Martin; Bará, SalvadorORCIDiD; Bertolo, Andrea; Bouroussis, Constantinos A.ORCIDiD; Cavazzani, Stefano; Espey, Brian R.ORCIDiD; Falchi, Fabio; Gyuk, Geza; Jechow, AndreasORCIDiD; Kocifaj, MiroslavORCIDiD; Kolláth, ZoltánORCIDiD; Lamphar, HéctorORCIDiD; Levin, NoamORCIDiD; Liu, Shengjie; Miller, Steven D.ORCIDiD; Ortolani, SergioORCIDiD; Jason Pun, Chun ShingORCIDiD; Ribas, Salvador JoséORCIDiD; Ruhtz, ThomasORCIDiD; Sánchez de Miguel, AlejandroORCIDiD; Schneider, MathiasORCIDiD; Shrestha, Ranjay Man; Simoneau, Alexandre; So, Chu WingORCIDiD; Storch, TobiasORCIDiD; Tong, Kai PongORCIDiD; Tuñón, Milagros; Turnshek, Diane; Walczak, KenORCIDiD; Wang, JunORCIDiD; Wang, Zhuosen; Zhang, Jianglong (Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2022-06-22)
      The spatial and angular emission patterns of artificial and natural light emitted, scattered, and reflected from the Earth at night are far more complex than those for scattered and reflected solar radiation during daytime. ...