Biodiversity on the University of Reading’s Whiteknights Campus Survey

Marisa Cardoso and Conor Haugh are interested in finding out the opinions of University of Reading’s students on the green environments and wildlife on campus, and the information on this blog.

We have created a survey to collect factual information using Bristol Online Surveys to gather data, which initially will be stored on Bristol Online Surveys, and then, in anonymised form, will be analysed and associated with the project report. Results of the sirvey will be published on the Whiteknights Biodiversity blog http://blogs.reading.ac.uk/whiteknightsbiodiversity/.

You must be 18 or over to complete this questionnaire.

This survey is conducted by Marisa Cardoso and Conor Haugh for our honour degrees in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading, under the supervision of Dr Alastair Culham (A.Culham@reading.ac.uk).

The survey can be found via the link: http://www.survey.bris.ac.uk/reading/woc

Information for participants as downloadable pdf: Information for Participants

We welcome all Reading students to take part!

About Marisa Cardoso

I'm a third year Zoologist at the University of Reading, currently carrying out research for my final year project on students' opinions about wildlife on the Whiteknights campus and the Whiteknights biodiversity blog. My aim is to raise awareness to students of the many species found on campus, get them interested, and make this blog more visible to them.
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