Polls

List of polls used during 2011 Climate, Climate Change & Public Health:

 

  1. When did the number of papers on climate change exceed 100 per year? in Interdisciplinary Collaborations session

  2. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  3. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past?

  4. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past?

  5. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Infectious Disease and Water Quality session

  6. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  7. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Infectious Disease and Water Quality 2 session

  8. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past?

  9. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  10. In what field/s do you work, currently, and/or in the past? in Air Quality and Heat Stress session

  11. In what type of institution do you work? in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  12. In what type of institution do you work?

  13. In what type of institution do you work?

  14. In what type of institution do you work? in Air Quality and Heat Stress session

  15. Which of the following do you consider yourself? in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  16. Which of the following do you consider yourself?

  17. Which of the following do you consider yourself?

  18. Which of the following do you consider yourself? in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  19. Which of the following do you consider yourself? in Air Quality and Heat Stress session

  20. In which of the following topics do you have some background knowlege? in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  21. In which of the following topics do you have some background knowlege?

  22. In which of the following topics do you have some background knowlege?

  23. There is no existing unified source for quickly evaluating & comparing public health risks associated with climate change. in Managing and Evaluating Risk session

  24. Review the listing of ideas and indicate the ones you see as top priorities based on extent to which each item addresses a gap. [choose fewer than 1/3] in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  25. From the list of ideas discussed: indicate the your top priorities based on feasibility (including logistical and cost feasibility, availability of tools, researcher capacity, etc.) [choose fewer than 1/3] in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  26. B1 Poll 9: Review the listing of ideas and indicate the ones you see as top priorities based on concepts of justice, equity and health disparities [choose fewer than 1/3] in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  27. From the list of ideas discussed: indicate the your top priorities based on the "likelihood" of the threat posed (choose fewer than 1/3) in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  28. From the list of ideas discussed: indicate the your top priorities based on the "consequences" of the threat posed (choose fewer than 1/3) in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  29. From the list of ideas discussed: indicate the your top priorities based on the public health impact of the threat posed (choose fewer than 1/3) in Heat Stress and Air Quality session

  30. What topic would you like to cover in this session? in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  31. Does the NASA approach to risk comparisons have value? in Managing and Evaluating Risk session

  32. In what fields do you presently work, or have you worked (list all that apply)? in Managing and Evaluating Risk session

  33. What is your area of work/research? in Using Climate Forecasting session

  34. Would you emphasize vulnerability as a major component of risk? in Managing and Evaluating Risk session

  35. Research Pick your top 3 issues in Complex Systems Modeling Applications session

  36. Which of these are the top priorities, and in what order? (rank all that you believe are relevant) in Water Supplies and Food Security session

  37. Which is the most pressing problem wrt infectious disease, water quality, & CC in Infectious Disease and Water Quality 2 session

  38. How would you rank 'risk' and its impact or significance relative to climate change? in Managing and Evaluating Risk session

  39. What are the most difficult barriers to collaboration? in Interdisciplinary Collaborations session

  40. What are the most important research areas? in Food Production session

  41. Ideas for complex systems in Complex Systems Modeling Applications session

  42. Choose and rank the best opportunity (Developed, lower energy) in Pumping and Treating Water session

  43. Choose and rank the best opportunity (Developed, lower water) in Pumping and Treating Water session