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Other publication, 2019

An integrative review about human risks and benefits related to contact with freshwater wetlands in cities and communities in Europe. A One Health perspective

Mattsson, Elisabet; Lerner, Henrik; Elmberg, Johan; Olsen, Björn; Tunon, Håkan; Berg, Lotta


The aim is to synthesize the risks and benefits with nature areas, i.e., freshwater wetlands when these areas are reduced to facilitate new buildings or increased such as adding new parks or biological wastewater treatment areas, in sustainable cities and communities in northern Europe.


freshwater wetlands; nature areas; cities; human health

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Publisher: National Institute for Health Research

Authors' information

Mattsson, Elisabet
Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University Collage
Lerner, Henrik
Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University Collage
Elmberg, Johan
Kristianstad University
Olsen, Björn
Uppsala University
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Swedish Biodiversity Centre
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal Environment and Health

UKÄ Subject classification

Public Health, Global Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology
Environmental Health and Occupational Health
Other Biological Topics

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