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Project ID: 12-3-01-21

Year: 2012

Date Started: 07/01/2012

Date Completed: 06/30/2014

Title: Public Perceptions of Smoke and Agency Communication: A Longitudinal Analysis

Project Proposal Abstract: This study will examine citizens' knowledge of and perceptions about smoke management and associated communication strategies before and after exposure to a smoke event and/or communication event that addresses smoke. This study is an expansion of a larger multi-region project examining communities where smoke (from wildfire or prescribed fire) has impacted citizens, factors that influence tolerance for smoke, and associated communication strategies. In this new GRIN study one or two sites will be selected from the pool of sites in the parent project for more in-depth study through a follow-up survey. The site(s) will be chosen based on highest occurrence of smoke, fire, and communication events of summer 2012. The follow-up survey will be administered to the same individuals who completed a survey the prior year, producing longitudinal data and allowing us to analyze how their opinions changed after 2012 events.

Principal Investigator: Christine S. Olsen

Agency/Organization: Oregon State University

Branch or Dept: Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Agreements Contact

Patricia A. Hawk

Oregon State University

Office of Sponsored Programs

Budget Contact

Kim A. Calvery

Oregon State University

Office of Post Award Administration

Student Investigator

Stacey S. Frederick

Oregon State University

Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society


Project Locations

Consortium

California

Northern Rockies

Northwest

South


Level

State

Agency

Unit

NATIONAL

FS


Project Deliverables

Final Report view or print

("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
view or print go to website 331 MS Thesis Public Perceptions of Smoke from Wildfire, Prescribed Fire, and Fire Use
    7511 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Longitudinal panel results: How the 2012 fire season impacted public perceptions in Northern Califor
view or print   7512 Invited Paper/Presentation Public perceptions of smoke from wildfire, prescribed fire, and fire use
  go to website 7313 Training Session Public Perceptions of Smoke in Oregon and California
view or print   7325 Dataset (including spatial) Public perceptions of smoke and smoke communication: a longitudinal panel analysis: frequency report

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