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Table 6 regression outputs from step two models: regressing all landscape variables on chronic morbidity (*, ** and *** indicate significance at p < 0·05, p < 0·01 and p < 0·001 respectively)

From: Relationships between health outcomes in older populations and urban green infrastructure size, quality and proximity

  Younger neighbourhoodsMid-age range neighbourhoodsOlder neighbourhoods
 Income levelIncome levelIncome level
ParameterAll population modelLowMediumHighLowMediumHighLowMediumHigh
Income deprivation0·154***0·138*0·322***0·397***0·291***0·216**0·425**0·205**
Employment deprivation0·578***0·633***0·515***0·617***0·528***0·492***0·694***0·654***
Barriers to housing and services0·165***0·222***0·667***0·562***0·158***0·091*0·106*0·094**
Education, skills and, training deprivation0·065***0·338***0·176***
% Ground vegetation−0·041***−0·110**−0·099**
% Field layer vegetation−0·045***− 0·248**−0·130**
% Canopy−0·030***−0·070*
Domestic gardens−0·046***0·064*−0·120*
Institutional land0·034***0·074*0·093**
Informal urban greenery0·021*−0·13***
Mean patch size−0·041***−0·239***− 0·116***
Vegetation NDVI−0·042***− 0·12***−0·071*− 0·119**
SHDI−0·036***− 0·084**
Population ≤ 200 m to public parks and recreation land ≥ 2 ha− 0·149**
Population ≤ 100 m to public parks and recreation land−0·138*