OSU is conducting a survey to better understand how individuals interpret information on costs and benefits of conservation practices, especially when there is uncertainty associated with estimates of costs and benefits.
You are being invited to participate in a brief research survey to help them better understand how stakeholders interpret information on costs and benefits. The survey will help identify the best methods for visualizing such information in computer-assisted decision support environments used for conservation planning in landscapes and watersheds. Your participation is completely voluntary, and you should be 18 years or older to participate.
The results of this study will improve existing knowledge on how state-of-the-art information technology can be used to help agricultural stakeholders with decision making, while saving significant costs. The results may also be used in future conference presentations and/or publications.
The survey and details on it can be accessed at http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2ozTjztroP3I2Hj
It should not take more than 15 minutes or so of your time to do the survey. The result of this survey will help identify best practices for visualizing uncertainty in conservation planning, when such information is displayed via different information technologies and mobile devices.