Photo Gallery | People Mapping: Visualizing Sense of Place for Decision Making

Barbara Dovarch

Fig. 1. Hung Hoa Commune, Vinh, Vietnam. Men, women, children, and elders mapping together. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013
Fig. 2. Hung Hoa Commune, Vinh, Vietnam. Women Union’s community member presenting the community plan for drainage of her hamlet. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013


Fig. 3. Hung Hoa Commune, Vinh, Vietnam. Farmers mapping all of their resources. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013


Fig. 4. Laulii-Falevao Site, Upolu, Samoa. Locals populating a 3D model of their territory with cultural and natural features. Photo: Paulo Amerika, 2012


Fig. 5. Apia, Samoa. A typical matai meeting painted on the dome of the Catholic Church in Apia. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2016


Fig. 6. Savaii, Samoa. Agroforestry intercrop implemented by communities after a Participatory 3D Modeling process. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2016


Fig. 7. Valenzuela City, Greater Manila. Community members and local university students measuring the settlement’s roads. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013


Fig. 8. Valenzuela City, Greater Manila. Community members evaluating an engineer’s map of their settlement. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013


Fig. 9. Valenzuela City, Greater Manila. People building a realistic map of their settlement. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2013


Fig. 10. Nauru. The ravaged inland of Nauru. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2016


Figs. 11a and 11b. Nauru. People populating a 3D model of their island, after covering up the light brown paint representing barren land with green paint — perhaps a visualization of their dream of an island again covered with a thriving tropical forest. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2016
Fig. 12. Nauru. An elderly woman and a young girl drafting the model’s legend together. Photo: Barbara Dovarch, 2016