Perceptions of Groundwater Survey

  • February 7, 2017
  • News

The Perceptions of Groundwater Survey is supported by the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment.

Dr. Joni Charles, an Associate Professor of Economics at Texas State University, is conducting a research study to assess public perceptions of groundwater and groundwater management.  The long-term abundance and quality of groundwater depends on the perceptions, knowledge and actions by residents of the watershed, and on actions taken to protect its groundwater.  You are being asked to complete this survey because you are a resident within a watershed.

Participation is voluntary.  The survey will take approximately 20 minutes or less to complete.  You must be at least 18 years of age to take this survey.

This study involves no foreseeable serious risks. We ask that you try to answer all questions; however, if there are any items that make you uncomfortable or that you would prefer to skip, please leave the answer blank.

Click here to take the survey

The password required for participation is GPerceptions

Survey responses will be collected by Dr. Joni Charles (Texas State University) and only aggregate data will be analyzed and reported.

Please complete the survey by March 2, 2017.

Thank you very much for your participation.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Dr. Joni Charles:

Joni Charles, Associate Professor of Economics
Department of Finance and Economics
512-245-3243
jc18@txstate.edu

This project, IRB 2017023, was approved by the Texas State IRB on 12/16/2016.  Pertinent questions or concerns about the research, research participants’ rights, or research-related inquiries should be directed to the IRB chair, Dr. Jon Lasser 512-245-3413 – (lasser@txstate.edu) or to Monica Gonzales, IRB Regulatory Manager 512-245-2334 – (meg201@txstate.edu).