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Keyword: survey methods

Comparison of proposed survey procedures for detection of forest carnivores

Publications Posted on: December 15, 2015
American marten (Martes americana), fisher (M. pennanti), wolverine (Gulo gulo), and lynx (Lynx lynx) are forest carnivores believed threatened by disturbance of late-successional forests. To manage forested ecosystems for these species, effective methods for their detection must be available. Recently, the U.S.

Applying Q-methodology to select and define attributes for non-market valuation: A case study from Northwest Wyoming, United States

Publications Posted on: September 30, 2014
The underlying validity of stated preference non-market valuation methods relies on the analyst's ability to identify, select, define, and articulate the goods being valued in a way that is relevant and understandable to the respondent, which requires detailed understanding of the respondents' experiences and points of view. Poor articulation of the good being valued will result in biased to useless information for decision-makers.

Homebuyers and wildfire risk: a Colorado Springs case study

Publications Posted on: July 09, 2010
In recent years, the threat that wildfire poses to homes has received much attention in both the mainstream press and academic literature. However, little is known about how homebuyers consider wildfire risk during the home-purchase process. In the context of a unique wildfire education program, we consider two approaches to examining the relationship between wildfire risk and home purchases.

Homebuyers and wildfire risk: A Colorado Springs case study

Publications Posted on: March 08, 2010
In recent years, the threat that wildfire poses to homes has received much attention in both the mainstream press and academic literature. However, little is known about how homebuyers consider wildfire risk during the home-purchase process. In the context of a unique wildfire education program, we consider two approaches to examining the relationship between wildfire risk and home purchases.