Geospatial awareness of land use allocation experiment

I am Marcos Nino-Ruiz, a PhD candidate at Melbourne University and the
CRC for Spatial Information, currently researching on Geospatial
awareness of Climate Change Adaptation. Given that we share some of
our scientific interests in this regard, I’m a forwarding the
following invitation to participate in an online survey on the matter.
Hope you find it interesting!
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I cordially invite you to participate in a research project: Climate
change in context: Geospatial awareness of land use allocation.
If you agree to participate, you will be using some internet tools to
explore a land allocation process having consideration for future
projections of climate and their influence on land suitability. This
experiment has been approved by the Human Ethics Sub-Committee
(HESC), the University of Melbourne. Please read the plain language
statement of the project before participating in the experiment. To
access the experiment proceed to the web site (best experience if you
use Internet Explorer 8):
http://ccviz.sli.unimelb.edu.au/
Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated! At the end of the last
section, if you want you may leave your email to participate in the
raffle of four iTunes store gift cards of AUD$25 each (optional).
Should you have any questions, please contact:
Mr Marcos Nino-Ruiz
Phone: +61 3 8344 9184
Email: m.ninoruiz@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au

Marcos Nino-Ruiz, a PhD candidate at Melbourne University and a member of our working group , is  currently undertaking research on Geospatial awareness of Climate Change Adaptation. This posting is an invitation to assist in this research via an online survey. If you agree to participate, you will be using some internet tools to explore a land allocation process having consideration for future projections of climate and their influence on land suitability.  To access the experiment proceed to the web site (best experience if you use Internet Explorer 8):

http://ccviz.sli.unimelb.edu.au/

Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated! At the end of the last section, if you want you may leave your email to participate in the raffle of four iTunes store gift cards of AUD$25 each (optional). Should you have any questions, please contact: Mr Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Phone: +61 3 8344 9184, Email: m.ninoruiz@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au

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