Abstracts should be in English, 300 words maximum, and present detailed information on study or project design, methods, and results, even if preliminary. Attention should be given to describing the impact of a change in the structure or function of a natural system(s) on a dimension (or dimensions) of human health. Abstracts in the Education and Policy & Practice categories should include project objectives and parameters, audience or stakeholders engaged, and experience to date.
Please lay out your abstract under the following headings:title (including a study descriptor if appropriate—eg, randomised)background (including context and aim)methodsfindingsinterpretationInclude names, titles, highest degrees, and affiliations of all authors; postal and email addresses for the corresponding author; any funding received (if none, state this); and a brief summary of the contributions of each author and any competing interests. Do not include references, tables, or figures.
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