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Preventing, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from natural and human-induced disasters all require access to geographically referenced information and tools for making available information relevant to the tasks at hand. Goals of the research summarized here are to advance our scientific understanding of how groups (or groups of groups) work with geospatial information and technologies in crisis management and to use that understanding to guide development of tools that are intuitivedoi:10.1145/1146598.1146624 dblp:conf/dgo/MacEachrenCMSF06 fatcat:suzgueuv7zhn5fhadjlgop3hxe