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HEAL Research Modules

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    © Chris Golden

    Access to wildlife and human nutrition: Subsistence hunters’ sustainable access to wildlife and children’s nutritional needs (especially in the first thousand days for cognitive and physical development).

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    Catchment management and waterborne bacterial disease / coral reef health: Upland deforestation and erosion on islands like Fiji and waterborne diarrheal diseases such as typhoid in children, and downstream coral reef health and productivity.

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    Land-use change and malaria: Deforestation patterns and malaria in the Amazon and other major forest systems.

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    Fire-based land management and cardio-pulmonary disease: Fires used to clear land in Sumatra and smoke-related cardiopulmonary illness in the broader downwind Southeast Asian “healthshed."

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    Marine protected areas and community well-being: Community access to marine protected areas, food security, income to purchase health services, and the psychological dimensions of having a “sense of place” related to secure coastal resource tenure.

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    © Chris Golden

    Climate change and agricultural food insecurity: Rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere are driving changes in the nutrient composition of our global food crops, leading to reduced nutrient content and potentially increasing levels of malnutrition.

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