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Economists research value of dark sky at four national parks

Monday, August 5, 2013

According to the International Dark-Sky Association, human-produced light pollution not only mars our view of the stars; poor lighting threatens astronomy, disrupts ecosystems, affects human circadian rhythms and wastes energy. Drs. Reed Olsen and David Mitchell from the economics department at Missouri State University discuss some of the findings from the light pollution research they conducted at four national parks alongside Dr. Terrel Gallaway.

 

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