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Assessment of DOSITS Resources for Regulators and Decision-Makers

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Subject: Assessment of DOSITS Resources for Regulators and Decision-Makers
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Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:59:53 +0000
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The Discovery of Sound in the Sea ( project provides accurate scientific information related to underwater sound at levels appropriate for all audiences, including regulators and decision-makers. Related DOSITS products include webinars, instructional videos, an interactive eBook, and online tutorials, all with links to the peer-reviewed content on the DOSITS website.

This brief survey will help evaluate the use of use of professional development resources by regulators and decision makers. Participation in the survey will also help improve available resources and direct future resource development.

All members of the regulators and decision maker’s community that deal with underwater acoustics are encouraged to complete this survey. The survey is anonymous and no personal data will be collected. The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete.

To complete the 2017 Assessment of DOSITS Resources for the International Decision-Making Community, please follow this link:

This survey is being conducted by the DOSITS team at the University of Rhode Island. This research has been approved by The University of Rhode Island Institutional Review Board. If you have questions, please contact Chris Knowlton

Holly Morin
Marine Research Associate III
University of Rhode Island
Graduate School of Oceanography

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