Papers submitted for the NCGIA Specialist Meeting on "Empowerment, Marginalization, and Public Participation GIS"

GIS and the Artist: Shaping the Image of a Neighborhood in Participatory Environmental Design (revised)
Kheir Al-Kodmany
University of Illinois at Chicago

A Model for Evaluating Public Participation GIS Programs
Michael Barndt
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee

A Mapmaker’s Dream: Public Involvement Applications Utilization of GIS
Mark Bosworth and John Donovan
Metro, Portland, OR

Mapping Urban Neighborhood Environments
Liza Casey and Tom Pederson
City of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania

A GIS for Nuclear Emergency Response:The View from Oswego County, New York (revised)
Alberto Giordano
Department of Geography, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Administration, Syracuse University

Community-Integrated GIS for Land Reform in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa
Trevor Harris and Daniel Weiner
Department of Geology and Geography, West Virginia University

Methodology Matters: Devising a Research Program for Investigating PPGIS in Collaborative Neighborhood Planning
LeRoy A Heckman
Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington

Geographic Information Technologies and Community Planning: Spatial Empowerment and Public Participation (revised)
Daniel Howard
Department of Geography, State University of New York At Buffalo

A Public Participation GIS for Community Forestry User Groups in Nepal: Putting People Before the Technology (revised)
Gavin Jordan (pdf file)
Department of Agriculture & Forestry, Newton Rigg College, University of Central Lancashire, Penrith, Carlisle, UK

Using GIS Technologies to Empower Community Based Organizations in Hawaii
Karl Kim
Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Accessing GIS over the Web: an aid to Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making (revised)
Richard Kingston
School of Geography, University of Leeds

The Praxis of Public Participation GIS and Visualization
J.B. Krygier
Department of Geography, State University of New York at Buffalo

Promoting Local Community Participation in Forest Management through the Application of Geographic Information Systems. An Experience from Southern Ghana (revised)
Peter A. Kwaku Kyem
Department of Geography, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT

Marginal Societies and Geographic Information Systems (revised)
Melinda Laituri
Department of Earth Resources, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado

Models for making GIS available to community organization:  Dimensions of difference and appropriateness (revised)
Helga Leitner*, Robert McMaster*, Sarah Elwood*, Susanna McMaster**, Eric Sheppard* (pdf file)
*Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
**Department of Geography, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota

There Must Be a Catch: Participatory GIS in a Newfoundland Fishing Community
Paul Macnab
Department of Geography, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Empowerment, Marginalization, and Public Participation in Community-Based Biodiversity Conservation: Mexican and Canadian case studies of spatial information management (revised)
Thomas C. Meredith
Department of Geography, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

HUD's Community Connection for Local Empowerment
Nancy J. Obermeyer
Department of Geography, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana

Legal Access as a Necessary Prerequisite to Participatory Processes
Harlan Onsrud
Department of Spatial Information Science and Engineering, University of Maine

Living neighborhood maps:  The next wave of local community development (revised)
Cheryl Parker (pdf file)
South of Market Foundation

What the people know: Enrolling GIS users in a participatory data network
Barbara S. Poore
Federal Geographic Data Committee.

INFOSHARE - A community data system for community use (no revision needed)
Leonard S. Rodberg and John E. Seley
Department of Urban Studies, Queens College/CUNY and Community Studies of New York, Inc.

Understanding the Breadth and Depth of PPGIS Supply (revised)
David S. Sawicki and Randy Peterman (pdf file)
City Planning and Public Policy, Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA
note (second file) - Appendix 1 - PPGIS suppliers contacted (pdf file)

Asserting New Rights to Know, Toward Community Self-Discovery
Paul Schroeder
Department of Spatial Information Science and Engineering, University of Maine

Geographic Information Systems in the Environmental Movement
Renee E. Sieber (pdf file)
State University of New York at Albany

Information technologies, PPGIS, and advocacy:  Globalization of resistance to industrial shrimp farming
Susan C. Stonich and Katherine Cissna
Department of Anthropology, University of California Santa Barbara

Environmental NGOs: Community Access to Technology as a Force for Change (revised)
David Tulloch
Department of Landscape Architecture, Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Cook College
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey

GIS-Enhanced Land Use Planning in Dane County, Wisconsin (revised)
Steve Ventura, Ben Niemann, Todd Sutphin and Rick Chenoweth
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Catching the Wave of Capitalism in the Wake of the Nuclear Age: Mapping Subsistence, Development and Environmental Security in French Polynesia
Barbara Louise Endemao Walker
Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA

GIS through community-based collaborative joint venture: an evaluation of impacts in rural Australia (revised)
Daniel H. Walker, Andrew K.L. Johnson, Alison Cottrell, Anne O’Brien, Stuart G. Cowell, David Pullar
CSIRO Tropical Agriculture, James Cook University and University of Queensland, Australia

Disability, Marginalization, Empowerment, and GIS
Ezra Zubrow and Marcia Rioux (pfd file)
University at Buffalo and Roeher