Show me the data: lighting inventory innovations

Show me the data: lighting inventory innovations Guest: Bryan Boulanger Professor of Environmental Engineering, Ohio Northern University Download a high quality pdf of the article here “We went from being able to identify, locate, and characterize 100 or so fixtures per day using multiple teams of people, to providing information on more than 300 fixtures…

Introducing: The Western Night Skies Council

Introducing: The Western Night Skies Council Guest: Aubrey Larsen, Colorado Plateau Dark Sky Cooperative Download a high quality pdf of the article here Dark sky preservation is inherently a regional issue. One municipality or park can make a significant difference, but efforts to minimize light pollution will be far more effective if regionalism is recognized…

A high-tech town strives to shine less brightly

A high-tech town strives to shine less brightly Guest: Galen Gisler, Jemez Mountains Night Sky Consortium Download a high quality pdf of the article here A Return to Pristine Beauty Los Alamos is a small town of some 20,000 residents in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico. The town is well known for being…

Introducing: Dark Sky Studies at the University of Utah

Introducing: Dark Sky Studies at the University of Utah Guests:Ian Van Der Merwe and Sophie Bellina – DSS Minor StudentsStacy Harwood – Chair, City & Metropolitan Planning Department Download a high quality pdf of the article here The University of Utah is home to a unique transdisciplinary academic program – the newly developed Dark Sky Studies…