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Annals of GIS
Crises are often complex, geographical scale problems that require professionals to work in teams while dealing with a large amount of geographic information for decision making. However, current geospatial technologies do not directly support group entities working with geographic information-they impede rather than facilitate human-human collaborations and communication. Towards the goal of making GIS "collaboration-friendly," this paper explores the potentials of extending distributed GISdoi:10.1080/10824000509480595 fatcat:5vr2l667gvc3nclgtewg5dnllm