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McLean, K. (2016)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: NC
A segmented radial convergence data visualisation to facilitate interrogation of how smell vocabularies are shared between different classification systems.\ud \ud Using words from 5 disciplines combined with human-perceived smells verbatim (from one of my site-specific research projects smellwalking and smellmapping in Pamplona) the diagram suggests how the smells might be categorised according to specialist aroma wheels and classification systems. Cross-referencing expert olfactory terminologies from different disciplines reveals a complexity and confusion in labelling smells, leaves some smells without ‘homes’ and indicates a need for alternative strategies when representing the urban vernacular smellscape.

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