This paper analyses the geographical variation in changes in lighting conditions at opposite ends of the working day which would arise from the proposal to align UK clocks with those in Europe. Strong spatial contrasts are illustrated, the pattern of benefit and disadvantage depending on the threshold times used to define darkness. In most areas disadvantage outweighs benefit. In addition, comparisons are made with mainland Europe.
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|