- David J. Crandall, Roman Fedorov:
Social Web for Environmental and Ecological Monitoring, Papers from the 2016 ICWSM Workshop, Cologne, Germany, May 17, 2016. AAAI Technical Report WS-16-20, AAAI Press 2016
- Sofiane Abbar, Tahar Zanouda, Laure Berti-Équille, Javier Borge-Holthoefer:
Using Twitter to Understand Public Interest in Climate Change: The Case of Qatar.
- Chris A. Boulton, Humphrey Shotton, Hywel T. P. Williams:
Using Social Media to Detect and Locate Wildfires.
- Seung-Hoi Kim, Yu-i Ha, Meeyoung Cha, Jiyon Lee, Byoung-Jik Kim, Dong-Myung Lee:
Public Discourse on Environmental Pollution and Health in Korea: Tweets Following the Fukushima Nuclear Accident.
- Lara S. G. Piccolo, Miriam Fernández, Harith Alani, Arno Scharl, Michael Föls, David D. Herring:
Climate Change Engagement: Results of a Multi-Task Game with a Purpose.
- Julia Proskurnia, Karl Aberer, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux:
Please Sign to Save... : How Online Environmental Petitions Succeed.
- Nataliya Tkachenko, Rob Procter, Stephen A. Jarvis:
From Kontrollverlust to Kontrollgewinn: Rediscovering a Meso-Level Normative Hierarchy for Integrated Water Management in England Using On-Line Activities.
- Marco Brambilla, Andrea Mauri, Eric Umuhoza:
Model Driven Development of Social Media Environmental Monitoring Applications.
- Matteo Giuliani, Jacopo Mossina:
Reducing the Intrusiveness of Energy and Water End-Use Disaggregation via Social Media and Users Interactions.
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