Supplementary material from "Artificial light at night shifts daily activity patterns but not the internal clock in the great tit (Parus major)"

Kamiel Spoelstra, Irene Verhagen, Davy Meijer & Marcel E. Visser
Artificial light at night has shown a dramatic increase over the last decades and continues to increase. Light at night can have strong effects on the behaviour and physiology of species, which includes changes in the daily timing of activity; a clear example is the advance in dawn song onset in songbirds by low levels of light at night. Although such effects are often referred to as changes in circadian timing, i.e. changes to the...
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