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Public environmental information: understanding requirements and patterns of likely public use

By M Haklay

Abstract

Public access to environmental information received much attention in the last decade. Recent developments promote access to this information through public telecommunication networks. This paper describes a Web-based survey that explored the requirements and needs of likely users of public environmental information systems for London: educated middle-class members of the public, with high interest in environmental issues and computer literacy. The survey demonstrated current information consumption patterns and the reasons to gather and use such information

Topics: environmental information, public participation, London, Web-based survey
Publisher: INST BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS
Year: 2002
DOI identifier: 10.1111/1475-4762.00053
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ucl.ac.uk.OAI2:16218
Provided by: UCL Discovery

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