Workshop Report: Identification of Key Knowledge Gaps in Social Media Use During Disasters
This report examines four types of challenges (operantional; social science; visual and data analytics; & technical challenges) in social media use during disasters. 
 

Workshop Report: Identification of Key Knowledge Gaps in Social Media Use During Disasters
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