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Review of graphical environments on the WWW as a means of widening public participation in social science research

8. References

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Carver, S. & Openshaw, S. (1995) Using GIS to explore the technical and social aspects of site selection. in Proc. Conf. Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste. London, March 1995.Carver, S. (1991) A prototype decision support system for siting radioactive waste disposal facilities using Geographic Information Systems and multicriteria evaluation. NorthEast Regional Research Laboratory Report No.91/1. University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Carver, S. et. al. (1997) Open spatial decision-making: evaluating the potential of the World Wide Web, in Innovations in GIS 4, Kemp, Z. Taylor and Francis.

CommerceNet and Nielson Media Research (1996) Internet Hyper-Growth Continues, Fuelled by New, Mainstream Users. Press release, <>

Coomber, R. (1997) Using the Internet for Survey Research. Sociological Research Online, Vol.2, No.2, <>

Hughes, C.E. and Moshell, J.M. (1995) Shared Virtual Worlds for Education: The ExploreNet Experiment. ACM Multimedia Systems

IAEA (1983) Disposal of low and intermediate level solid radioactive wastes in rock cavities. Safety Series No. 59. Vienna, IAEA.

Kahin, B. and Keller, J. (Eds.) (1995) Public Access to the Internet. MIT Press.

Kiesler, S. (Ed.) (1997) Culture of the Internet. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Mumford, A. (1996) Graphics on the WWW. AGOCG Technical Report No. 30.

NOP (1997) One in twenty five British households now linked to the Internet.

REGIS (Research Programme in Environmental Planning and GIS) University of California, Berkeley <>Schmidt, W.C. (1997) World-Wide Web Survey Research: Benefits, Potential Problems, and Solutions. Behaviour Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, Vol.29, No.2, pp.274-279.

Wherrett, J.R. (1996) Visualisation Techniques for Landscape Evaluation: Literature Review. (unpublished)

Wherret, J.R. (1997) Truth, Honour, Freedom and Courtesy: Issues in using the Internet as a medium for landscape preference surveys. Data Visualisation `97. <>

Wherrett, J.R. (1997b) Natural Landscape Scenic Preference: Predictive Modelling and the World Wide Web. Conference on Urban, Regional, Environmental Planning and Informatics in Planning in an Era of Transition, Athens, October 1997. <>

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