Using 'natural' as a criterion for prioritisation

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Using 'natural' as a criterion for prioritisation is a function that describes how to use the property 'natural' in priority setting. It is mainly used in ecological risk assessment.


What does natural mean?

  • Opposition to man-made
  • Opposition to technological
  • Belongs to nature or is commin in nature
  • Original state of the world, before or without the impact of humans.

Natural is preferred over non-natural.


There is no effective way to use this function because the term natural is ambiguous.R↻


As a function, there is a result only given some parameters, and the default values have not been defined.