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'Dark Ecological Network': strategically tackling light pollution for biodiversity and people

Abstract

Night-time light pollution from artificial sources can disrupt biological processes and fragment habitats. This study presents a new concept for addressing the problem: a 'dark ecological network'. Its development involves mapping a new system of connected functional zones and corridors where dark can be preserved to help birds, bats and other taxa, and gives people the chance to experience starry skies.
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halshs-03737799 , version 1 (02-08-2022)

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Samuel Challéat, Kévin Barré, Alexis Laforge, Dany Lapostolle, Magalie Franchomme, et al.. 'Dark Ecological Network': strategically tackling light pollution for biodiversity and people. 2021. ⟨halshs-03737799⟩
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