A 12-page booklet-style questionnaire was used to gather data on respondents’ attitudes toward their woodlands, activities related to their woodlands, and their participation in woodlands-related organizations.
The survey focused on how respondents commute to campus, their knowledge and use of alternate modes of transportation and interest in new transportation programs.
The 2000 Sleep Cohort Study Survey was a mail survey of approximately 5000 former and current Wisconsin state employees.
The Wisconsin DNR ATV, Snowmobile, and Boat Study was a three wave mail survey of approxmiately 23,000 Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota residents. Respondents were of three types: ATV users, snowmobilers, and boaters.
The purpose of the project was to help understand the current climate for faculty and academic staff in CALS and to identify potential gender bias in the experiences of males and females.
This mail survey was designed to screen and recruit potential participants for future research projects regarding alcohol use and and marital functioning.
For this study, the UWSC conducted a mail survey in which landowners were questioned about their attitudes toward a proposed expansion of state land in the Mirror Lake area.
Approximately 450 Wisconsin anglers (sportsfishers) who have purchased Great Lakes Salmon and Trout licenses and stamps are being called throughout the summer to determine the economic value they place on the non-market good of sports fishing.
The purpose of the project was to assess public health communication and the community decision making process.