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Nightscape #84

Parks and Protected Areas Program

IDA's unique partnership with the National Park Service is promising exciting results.

Work on lighting upgrades in nine national parks is wrapping up with innovative design recommendations that will protect wildlife and nocturnal habitats while providing safety and security for overnight visitors, as well as for those attending evening events. IDA plans to release "best practice" outdoor lighting design standards for parks and natural environments in mid-2012.

This important work presents a natural opportunity to expand two of IDA primary objectives...

Also

The Global Night Sky Monitoring Network

Remembering Chris Walker

Plus:
Section News, FSA News, and more


 

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Issue Index

2012
Spring Issue #84: Parks and Protected Areas
2011
Summer Issue #83: The City Dark
Winter/Spring Issue #81/82: The World at Night
2010
Spring Issue #80: Seeing Blue (Blue Rich White Light)
2009  
Winter Issue #79: Annual General Meeting
Autumn/
Summer
Issue #77/78: Light at night and human health
Spring Issue #76: Universe Awareness

2008
Winter Issue #75: The International Year of Astronomy 2009
Autumn Issue #73/74: IDA 20th Anniversary Issue
Summer
Spring
Issue #72: Wildlife and Light Pollution

2007
Autumn
Issue #71: Dark Sky Destinations
Summer
Issue #70: The Art of the Ordinance
Spring Issue #68/69: Conference Issue
Winter

2006
Autumn
Issue #67: The Costs of Light Pollution
Summer Issue #66: Sustainability, Urban Planning, and What They Mean to Dark Skies
Spring Issue #65: Annual Meeting 2006

2005
Winter Issue #64: Our Oceans’ Disappearing Dark Skies
Autumn Issue #63: Bright Ideas for Dark Skies: New & Emerging Technologies for Dark Sky Friendly Lighting
Summer Issue #62 (June): Lighting for Wildlife with Bright Days and Dark Nights
Spring Issue #61 (March): IDA Mark Preserves the Dark

2004
Winter Issue #60 (December): Meeting News: Think Global, Act Local
Autumn Issue #59 (September): Lighting and Crime: Most Still in the Dark about Real Security Lighting
Summer Issue #58 (June)
Spring Issue #57 (March): With and Without (Light Pollution, That Is)

2003
Winter Issue #56 (December): LIPA Works to Save the Night Sky
Autumn Issue #55 (September): Quality Lighting and Advocacy: An Awarding Experience!
Summer Issue #54 (June)
Spring Issue #53 (March)

2002
Winter Issue #52 (December): IDA Boston: Progress Through Partnerships
Autumn Issue #51 (September): Leonids and Lighting: How Will Natural and Manmade Lighting Affect This Year’s Show?
Summer Issue #50 (June): Greetings from Tucson, Home of the International Dark-Sky Association
Spring Issue #49 (March)