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Fig. 2. Frequency of the CESs, mechanisms, and constituents of human well-being documented in the reviewed studies. The width of each line linking any two elements in the alluvial diagram represents the number of relevant observations (of the unique 1134 total observations). This essentially represents the popularity/visibility of each element in the reviewed literature and should not be perceived as a metric of importance or weight linking any two components.

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