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The Impact of Protected Areas on the Incidence of Infectious Diseases
Background: The natural environment provides multiple ecosystem services, and thus welfare benefits. In particular, it is known that different ecosystems, such as forests, contribute to human health through different ecological interactions, and that degradation of these natural ecosystems have been linked to the emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases. However, there is little evidence on how ecosystem conservation policies affect human health. In Chile, about 20% of national land isdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-105927/v1 fatcat:ci6iifphsraxzikuxe3moujizq