Transboundary E-wasteMain MenuIntroduction: a map of the map.An introductory page for users after the landing page.Defining a starting point for the controversy map.A description of how we obtained a floating statement for the controversy map.Mapping the controversy on the web.A path containing the movements through the web corpus.Mapping the controversy on the scholarly web.A path leading users through the controversy as it can be traced in the scholalrly literature.Key findings.A short summary of key findings with links to appropriate parts of the map.Procedures for mapping the wild web.A path through the procedures we used to map the wild web.Procedures for mapping the scholarly web.A path through the procedures used to map the scholarly web.References, further reading, and tools.A page offering a list of suggested further reading and descriptions of main tools used in this controversy map.Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688eJohn-Michael Davisf787e14b50e5a81b5a0cddeca64901018c933909Donny Persaud113ae967bd2d3037d2982353d771c6ad48515166Grace Akesebb4c76b563d1dcb8fc6851361486b801fce50755Liwen Chen0afa93a5fb126f8db135c704ec2d04b9f33ea134
Network of coauthors and source titles.
12016-12-14T04:22:52-08:00Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688e68261A network depicting coauthors and the places they publish.plain2016-12-14T04:22:53-08:00Josh Lepawsky31444794f29f45991a28c6c997946216e765688e
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12016-12-14T04:24:51-08:00The landscape of coauthors and places of publication.14A network depicting coauthors and the places they publish.plain2017-12-06T05:03:24-08:00One useful way for users to orient themselves in the landscape of scholarly literature is to visualize who publishes with whom and where (i.e., place of publication such as journal title or conference proceedings title). Below users will find a visualization doing just this. For easier navigation we suggest users open the visualization in a separate browser window by clicking here. The full procedure for creating the graph is available here. This visualization presents a wealth of useful information to help users orient themselves in the scholarly literature. The authors with the most coauthors appear nearer the center of the graph. The size of a given author node is proportional to the number of citations that author receives. Colors indicate different publishing venues (e.g., journal titles, conference proceedings titles, etc).
The top five publication venues are:
Waste Management (pink)
Science of the Total Environment (green)
Waste Management and Research (blue)
Environmental Science and Technology (black)
Resources, Conservation and Recycling (orange)
The top five most highly cited authors are:
Clicking on any node in the network will launch a side panel with additional information about the institutional affiliation(s) of all authors in a coauthor cluster. Such information offers a quick way for users to understand what institutions are supporting the work of the authors.