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Public perception on eutrophication. ISECA Final Report D1.3
Chiroutre, E.; Knockaert, C.; Vernier, A.; Goffin, A.; Wattage, P.; De Nocker, L.; Santer, R. (2014). Public perception on eutrophication. ISECA Final Report D1.3. ISECA: [s.l.]. 16 + bijlagen pp.

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    An important activity in the ISECA project was to determine the perception on eutrophication by the public at large. The manifestation of the eutrophication phenomenon is mainly through the foam resulting from the decomposition of the Phaeocystis bloom. Within ISECA two surveys were organized, a face-to-face survey focusing on the public perception on eutrophication and a second online survey where the previous one was expanded with socio-economical and socio-professional criteria. Both surveys can give a clear view on the general perception and knowledge of eutrophication and reflect the need to communicate towards the public at large. This report outlines the most important results focusing on the perception and knowledge of general public.

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