Public Participation GIS

@inproceedings{Kingston2005PublicPG,
  title={Public Participation GIS},
  author={R. Kingston},
  year={2005}
}
The Role of Precision in Spatial Narratives: Using a Modified Discourse Quality Index to Measure the Quality of Deliberative Spatial Data
TLDR
The importance of spatial precision in geographic information science is not limited to quantitative data, and modifying a discourse quality index based on spatial data can also exist in qualitative form. Expand
Rethinking PGIS: Participatory or (post)political GIS?
Participatory GIS (PGIS) emerged from the contentious GIS debates of the 1990s as a means of political intervention in issues of social and environmental justice. PGIS has since matured into aExpand
Linking biophysical models and public preferences for ecosystem service assessments: a case study for the Southern Rocky Mountains
Through extensive research, ecosystem services have been mapped using both survey-based and biophysical approaches, but comparative mapping of public values and those quantified using models has beenExpand
Collaborative Water Resource Decision Support: Results of a Field Experiment
Abstract This article presents results of an empirical study about the use of a group-based geographic information system (GIS), called WaterGroup, developed as a collaborative spatial decisionExpand
Promoting citizen-based river groups at sub-basin scale for multi-level river governance in the Barcelona Metropolitan Region
ABSTRACT There is a gap between the increasing social use of urban rivers and limited citizen participation in river management under the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD). A pilot participatoryExpand
Emerging trends and research frontiers in spatial multicriteria analysis
TLDR
Emerging trends and research frontiers related to the paradigm shift from spatially implicit to spatially explicit multicriteria analysis are examined. Expand
Evaluating social learning in participatory mapping of ecosystem services
ABSTRACT Recent studies have shown the opportunities and limitations of participatory mapping for ecosystem services management, although it is an incipient research area. One of the researchExpand
Crowdsourcing Local Knowledge with PPGIS and Social Media for Urban Planning to Reveal Intangible Cultural Heritage
In participatory urban planning, understanding local stakeholders’ viewpoints is central, and, thus, gathering local knowledge has become a frequent task in planning practice. However, the builtExpand
‘ LEAN ’ PUBLIC PARTICIPATION GIS : TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE TOOL FOR PARTICIPATORY URBAN PLANNING
The paper presents softGIS service, which is a currently developed, free and open source online Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) service, allowing for the collection of local knowledge from urbanExpand
Direct exterior orientation determination in close-range photogrammetry for cultural heritage recording
In this thesis a low-cost approach for cultural heritage recording is developed. The necessity for comprehensive and accurate heritage recording derives from the constant threat of heritage beingExpand
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