[Svetlo]Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting

Jan Hollan
Thu, 6 Sep 2001 19:49:35 +0200 (CEST)

Ta konference bude jistě zajímavá, ale pokud náhodou nebudete v únoru 
v Kalifornii nebo vám to připadá z ruky,
můžete se alespoň podívat na velmi podrobný seznam literatury k tématu,
tj. (jak je uvedeno dále)

zdraví jeník

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   Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2001 23:27:29 -0500
   From: "Karolyn Beebe" <keedosAearthlink...>
Subject: Fw: Ecological Consequences of ArtificialNight Lighting

I asked to be kept informed about news from the Urban Wildlands
Group and just received the following.

> Accepting Registration: Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting
>  We are announcing two things:
>  1. Registration for the conference is now open (instructions below).
>  2. A bibliography of literature relevant to the conference has been
> posted on the conference website
> (www.urbanwildlands.org/nightlightbiblio.html).
> Conference Announcement
> Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting. Sponsored by The
> Urban Wildlands Group and the UCLA Institute of the Environment.  
> February 23-24, 2002, at the University of California, Los Angeles.
> Natural patterns of light and dark are gradually being lost to
> increased artificial night lighting.  What consequences will this have
> on the ecology of plants, animals, and their natural communities?  In
> this two-day conference leading scientists will report on the state of
> knowledge in this growing area of inquiry, and practitioners will lead
> a workshop on the incorporation of the best available science into
> workable policy proposals to protect and restore the under-appreciated
> ecology of night.
> For more information see http://www.urbanwildlands.org/conference.html.
> To register send contact information and check or money order for $75
> (US) per person to: The Urban Wildlands Group, P.O. Box 24020, Los
> Angeles, CA 90024.  Conference fee includes continental breakfast,
> lunch, wine and cheese on Saturday, brunch on Sunday.
> --
> Travis Longcore, Ph.D.              The Urban Wildlands Group and
> The Urban Wildlands Group           UCLA Institute of the Environment
> www.urbanwildlands.org              Conference February 23-24, 2002
> P.O. Box 24020                      "Ecological Consequences of
> Los Angeles, CA  90024              Artificial Night Lighting"
> 310-247-9719