Dark Skies as a Universal Resource, Citizen-Scientists, and the International Year of Astronomy

@inproceedings{Moody2008DarkSA,
  title={Dark Skies as a Universal Resource, Citizen-Scientists, and the International Year of Astronomy},
  author={James W. Moody and Constance E. Walker and Stephen M. Pompea and Robert T. Sparks and Chuck Bueter},
  year={2008}
}
The ongoing loss of a dark night sky as a natural resource for much of the world’s population is a growing, serious issue that not only impacts astronomical research, but also human health, ecology, safety, security, economics and energy conservation. This workshop was designed to train educators who will become local leaders in light pollution education. During the workshop, we provided the “know-how” and the means for workshop attendees to become participants or community leaders in promoting… CONTINUE READING

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