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Increasing numbers of activist non-profits and traditionally marginalized peoples are adopting gis as a tool for social change. Its use is scrutinized by academics who worry that gis embodies a(More)
We have come a long way since a meeting in Orono, ME, in 1996, when a group of researchers coined the term "Public Participation Geographic Information Systems" (PPGIS) to denote a variety of(More)
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