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Key issues and research priorities for public participation GIS (PPGIS): A synthesis based on empirical research
Public participation GIS (PPGIS) methods have progressed over the last decade, but as a rapidly evolving practice and area of research, there are new challenges. To identify the key issues andExpand
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Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) for regional and environmental planning: reflections on a decade of empirical research
The term public participation geographic information system (PPGIS) was conceived to describe how GIS technology could support public participation with the goal of including local or marginalizedExpand
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An analysis of the relationships between multiple values and physical landscapes at a regional scale using public participation GIS and landscape character classification
Human attribution of multiple values to landscapes is not well understood owing to the variability and complexity of both the landscape concept and the human valuation process. In this study, weExpand
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An empirical evaluation of the spatial accuracy of public participation GIS (PPGIS) data
Public participation geographic information systems (PPGIS) refers to methods that seek to integrate public knowledge of places to inform land use planning and decision making. There is littleExpand
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Testing a place-based theory for environmental evaluation: an Alaska case study
Abstract Norton and Hannon (Environmental Ethics, 19(3), (1997), 227) proposed a theory of environmental evaluation based on a commitment to place or ‘sense of place’ wherein the intensity ofExpand
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The relationship between social values for ecosystem services and global land cover: An empirical analysis
Considerable effort has been directed into separate but related research foci—the study of ecosystem services and participatory mapping methods. The two research foci intersect in the mapping ofExpand
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The extrapolation of social landscape values to a national level in New Zealand using landscape character classification
The human perception and valuation of landscapes is a complex process but has been pragmatically advanced through public participation GIS (PPGIS). PPGIS methods have the capacity to generate spatialExpand
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Cross-cultural values and management preferences in protected areas of Norway and Poland
Accepted manuscript version. Published version at http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnc.2015.09.006 . License in accordance with the journal's policy - CC-BY-NC-ND .
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Managing Australia's protected areas : A review of visitor management models, frameworks and processes
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Effects of land tenure and protected areas on ecosystem services and land use preferences in Norway
Prior research has examined the relationship between physical landscapes and ecosystem services, but the distribution of ecosystem services by land tenure and protected areas is less developed. WeExpand
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