Correction to: Human–nature connectedness and other relational values are negatively affected by landscape simplification: insights from Lower Saxony, Germany (Sustainability Science, (2022), 17, 3, (865-877), 10.1007/s11625-021-00928-9)

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The Original Article was published on 09 April 2021

Correction to: Sustainability Science (2022) 17:865–877

In the original publication of the article, under the caption of Fig. 2, the following reference citation “Chan et al. 2016” was missing. The correct caption should read as below, Figure adapted from on Chan et al. 2016. Outer circle: relational values involving the human collective. Inner circle: primarily individual relational values. Blue arrows represent relations between humans and landscape = human–nature connectedness in different strengths and conceptualizations. Purple arrows show relations between people = social relationships. The width of the arrows denotes the hypothesized strength of a given connection; potential breakdown or conflict is indicated by a lightning symbol. Landscape pictograms show landscape change from gradual and minor (a) to rapid and major (b). HNC Human–nature connectedness. Source: Chan et al. 2016; Landscape icons made by Freepik & Icon Pond from.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2505
JournalSustainability Science
Issue number5
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 09.2023

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