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Web URL(s):http://cresh.org.uk/2015/04/21/more-reasons-to-think-green-space-may-be-equigenic-a-new-study-of-34-european-nations/
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Author(s):Mitchell, Rich
Title:More reasons to think green space may be equigenic - A new study of 34 European nations
Source:CRESH. April 21 2015, p. [1-3].
# of Pages:3
Publishing Information:[United Kingdom]: Center for Research on Environment, Society and Health
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Case studies; Greenspace; Health benefits; Human response to environmental features; Recreational areas
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Mitchell, R. 2015. More reasons to think green space may be equigenic - A new study of 34 European nations. CRESH. p. [1-3].
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