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Recent Publications & Presentations

Fink, C., Hausmann, A., Di Minin, E., 2019. Online Opinions: automated sentiment analysis to  track public reaction to conservation topics on digital media.
Fink, C., 2019. python-africanelephantdatabasedatadownloader: a Python utility to download the most up-to-date data from the African Elephant Database. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3243872
Fink, C., Hausmann, A., Di Minin, E., 2019. #rhino – volume and sentiment of social media posts pertaining to an endangered species and its conservation.
Fink, C., 2019. python-webis: Python wrapper for the webis Twitter sentiment evaluation ensemble. Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2547461
Toivonen, T., Heikinheimo, V., Fink, C., Hausmann, A., Hiippala, T., Järv, O., Tenkanen, H., Di Minin, E., 2019. Social media data for conservation science: A methodological overview. Biological Conservation 233, 298–315. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.01.023
Di Minin, E., Fink, C., Hiippala, T., Tenkanen, H., 2019. A framework for investigating illegal wildlife trade on social media with machine learning. Conservation Biology 33, 210–213. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13104
Fink, C., Di Minin, E., 2018. Social Media & The Global Illegal Trade in Wildlife.
Fink, C., Hiippala, T., Tenkanen, H., Zook, M.A., Di Minin, E., 2018. Uncovering Illegal Wildlife Trade on Social Media: Automatic Data Collection, Deep Learning Filters and Identification.
Di Minin, E., Fink, C., Hausmann, A., 2018. Can poachers locate rhinoceroses using social media data?
Fink, C., Di Minin, E., 2018. Uncovering Illegal Wildlife Trade on Social Media: Automatic Data Collection, Deep Learning Filters, Identification.
Di Minin, E., Fink, C., Tenkanen, H., Hiippala, T., 2018. Machine learning for tracking illegal wildlife trade on social media. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2, 406–407. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0466-x
Fink, C., Saxinger, G., Povoroznyuk, O., Schiesser, S., Schweitzer, P., 2017. Who is travelling from where to where, and why? Results from a questionnaire-based mobility study in the greater Baikal-Amur Mainline area.
Fink, C., Saxinger, G., Povoroznyuk, O., Schiesser, S., Schweitzer, P., 2017. The Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) and Mobility: Experiences and Expectations.
Fink, C., Povoroznyuk, O., Saxinger, G., Illmeier, G., 2017. Do local communities benefit from state-built transport infrastructure? Contested perceptions and uses of the Baikal-Amur Mainline.
Saxinger, G., Fink, C., Schiesser, S., 2016. Anthropology & Maps: Geographic Information Systems in  (Visual) Analysis and Dissemination.
Fink, C., Ranacher, P., Lampoltshammer, T., 2014. Ein Vierteljahrhundert AGIT Symposium: Rückblick und Ausblick. gis.business 51–52.
Fink, C., 2013. One by one: creating pseudo-individual populations as an input for empirically examining scaling issues in agent-based models.
Fink, C., Koch, A., 2013. Urban Segregation Revisted: incorporating cognitive space representations into agent-based residential models, in: Koch, A., Mandl, P. (Eds.), Modelling Social Phenomena in Spatial Context (=Geosimulation Vol. 2). LIT, Berlin, pp. 111–117.
Fink, C., Humer, L., Ropaĉ, S., Martin Baraza, A., Jover Báez, J., Álvarez Conchudo, A., 2013. Okkupy Google Maps: grassroot activists and cartographic expression, in: Living the Borders. Presented at the EGEA Euromed Regional Congress, EGEA España, El Bosque.
Fink, C., 2012. Mapping together: on collaborative cartographies, their discourses and space construction.
Fink, C., 2012. Emphasising the “Everyday” – Space Construction and Collaborative Learning, in: Jekel, T., Car, A., Strobl, J., Griesebner, G. (Eds.), GI_Forum 2012: Geovisualization, Society and Learning. Wichmann, Berlin, Offenbach, pp. 212–215.
Fink, C., Koch, A., 2012. Care about the where? Incorporating perceived space(s) into agent-based residential models.
Hawełka, B., Lampoltshammer, T., Sitko, I., Ranacher, P., Fink, C., 2012. Twitter Census – Spatio-temporal distribution of geo-located tweets.
Fink, C., 2011. Mapping Together: On collaborative implicit cartographies, their discourses, and space construction. meta-carto-semiotics: Journal for Theoretical Cartography 4.
Fink, C., 2011. Gesellschafts-Spiel Karte: implizite Kartographien, ihre Diskurse und Räume (Diplomarbeit). Universität Wien, Wien.
Belz, M., Fink, C., 2010. Can inland waterway transport be a sustainable alternative to road transport? On the sustainability of ship transport and its chances in a changing economy, in: Bornemann, V., Wimmer, E., Dumitrescu, V., Metzkow, M., Wiekenkamp, I., Hercules, A., Sommerlad, L. (Eds.), The European Geographer 5 – Innovative Geography. pp. 13–14.
Fink, C. (Ed.), 2010. Living in the Alps – challenges and solutions for a vulnerable world (Congress Report: XX. EGEA Western Regional Congress 2010). EGEA Wien, Steinach am Brenner.
Fink, C., Belz, M., 2010. 4 countries, 1 problem trans-alpine cargo transit in the 21st century, in: Living in the Alps – Challenges and Solutions for a Vulnerable World. Presented at the XX. EGEA Western Regional Congress, Steinach am Brenner, p. 72.
Fink, C., Hausmann, A., Di Minin, E., in press. Online sentiment towards iconic species. Biological Conservation.