|OPTIONS FOR VIEWING RESULTS|
Results from any survey can be analyzed and interpreted in a variety of manners. Hence, the results from
the International River Restoration Survey are posted here in several formats to best suit your individual
interests and needs. Your options are explained briefly below.|
|Results in Real Time||Snapshots in Time|
is the most direct way to view the results. The raw numbers, percentages
and bar graphs are shown next to the choices for each individual question.
You can follow links from each question to view 'Other' responses or run
more sophisticated queries
of individual questions (i.e. segregating responses by background questions).
Remember, these results are dynamically updated and change every time a new
survey response is submitted.
||Periodically, I will post ASCII text files
with all the survey data here for download. These will correspond with major
changes to survey content (addition or modification of questions) and
various campaigns to solicit responses. To date, only one campaign has been launched
(November-December 2003) and the results up to 1 April, 2004 are available
below. You are welcome to use the data for your own purposes
as you see fit, so long as you properly cite the source. It is the users responsibility
to be explicitly clear in distinguishing between your own interpretations
of the data from that of others.
NOTE:No guarantee is made about the accuracy of the data after it is downloaded from this web site.
|Our Interpretations||In their own words|
Our interpretations will be based on analyses of the 489 survey responses collected prior to 1 April 2004. We will focus our interpretations on comparing and contrasting the perceptions between restoration science,
management and practice. These will be disseminated in two different mediums for now:
Respondents were encouraged to to share their views on what they really think
about river restoration in candid and informal emails. You can browse through
the cross-section of opinions in the river restoration community by
Here are a few examples:
|HOW DO I CITE THE RESULTS CORRECTLY?|
|If you wish to cite the RRC Conference Poster:|
|Wheaton, J. M., Sear, D. A., & Darby, S. E. 2004. Preliminary Results of an International River Restoration Survey, River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Durham, UK: Poster.|
|If you wish to cite a specific page within the survey (e.g. this page):|
|Wheaton, J.M., Sear, D.A., Darby, S.E. and Milne, J.A. “Page Title (e.g. Survey Results Page).”
The International River Restoration Survey. Internet URL: ‹http://www.geog.soton.ac.uk/users/WheatonJ/surveyreslults.asp›
(accessed on: DD-MM-20YY).|
|If you wish to generically cite the survey:|
|Wheaton, J.M., Sear, D.A., Darby, S.E. and Milne, J.A. The International River Restoration Survey. Internet URL: ‹http://www.geog.soton.ac.uk/users/WheatonJ/RestorationSurvey_Cover.asp›
(accessed on: DD-MM-20YY).|
If you have further questions or concerns email me, and I
will try to provide a clarification. |
Or, if you would like general information about my research, see Joe's Homepage.
The survey was designed for use in Netscape 7 or later, and Internet Explore 6 or later. The survey is known to have some problems in older browsers. If you experience difficulties, you may download Netscape 7.1 for free here.
Last updated by Joe Wheaton ©2004 on: 22 April, 2004 11:13