Data from: Balanced spatial distribution of green areas creates healthier urban landscapes

Douglas W. Cirino, Leandro Reverberi Tambosi, Thais Mauad, Simone Rodrigues Freitas & Jean Paul Metzger
The benefits of green infrastructure on human well-being in urban areas are already well established, with strong evidence of the positive effects of the amount and proximity to green areas. However, the understanding of how the spatial distribution and type of green areas affect health is still an open question. Here, we explore how different spatial configurations of green and built-up areas, through a land sharing and sparing framework, and how different types of green...
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