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Sunday, February 5 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Workshop: Essentials of Survey Research on Hunters, Anglers, Trappers and Non-Consumptive Wildlife Enthusiasts

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ORGANIZER: Craig Miller, Illinois Natural History Survey, craigm@illinois.edu

 Craig A. Miller, Leader, Human Dimensions Research Program, Illinois Natural History Survey, Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois; Jerry J. Vaske, Colorado State University

 State agencies are responsible for estimates of game and fish species harvested and days afield during their respective seasons. In addition, agencies are often tasked with detemining preferences, attitudes, and support for management programs among key stakeholder populations. Methods used to provide these estimates vary widely by state, resulting in differing degrees of accuracy. This workshop will cover latest developments in sampling, questionaire design and administration, and data analysis for mail, Internet, interecept and mixed-mode surveys.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Professionals; beginner / intermediate / adavanced 

FEES: $10. Sign-up on registration form; lunch is on your own. 

Sunday February 5, 2017 1:00pm - 5:00pm CST
Olive Branch Room