Report literature research geo-visualization and participatory spatial planning

M.H.I. Bloemmen, H. Fransen, T.C. Hoogerwerf, A. Ligtenberg, R.J.A. van Lammeren

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The use of geo-visualization for participatory planning purposes is a challenging field of research. Reason for this is that researchers involved with the subject currently lack a common rationale for the integration of the two complementary domains: participatory planning and geo-visualization. Consequently existing knowledge still needs to be extracted from various relevant sub-domains of research. Therefore a literature research was conducted to make an inventory of aspects that influence the application of visualization and communication tools in (generic) participative planning processes. This report describes the literature search, including a selection of sub-domains and literature sources, a discussion of the search strategy and the search results. Furthermore the report includes a discussion on the set-up and maintenance of an article repository in conjunction with an Endnote database in which the bibliographical information of the retrieved literature is stored. Finally some recommendations are provided
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Publication series

ISSN (Print)1566-7197


  • geographical information systems
  • physical planning
  • participation
  • literature reviews
  • grey literature


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