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By: Giacomo Rambaldi and Jasmin Callosa-Tarr
82 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
Aimed at enhancing the abilities of marginalized, isolated, and frequently natural resource-dependent communities to deal with spatial data and to communicate with the rest of the world on an equal footing.
Participatory 3-D Modelling (P3DM) is a relatively new facilitation method used in processes related mainly to resource use and tenure and offers the opportunity to produce relatively precise georeferenced and scaled qualitative and quantitative data, adding substantial value and communication power to local knowledge. This resource book provides hands-on guidelines on how to organize and implement a P3DM exercise. Includes insights on adult learning and spatial cognition, on the history of relief modeling and the analysis of P3DM experiences in the Philippines & Vietnam.
The Companion CD-ROM includes the film "Giving Voice to the Unspoken", showing the hands-on aspects of 3-D modelling. [MPEG format].
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