As part of my research I am trying to figure out which species are most popular with muck divers. To do this, I have developed a survey for divers who are interested in muck diving. To better protect these species, it is crucial to know the key characteristics of muck dive tourism. So I invite you to take the survey and help me (and the critters) with my research.
For those of you not familiar with the term “Muck Diving”, it is a distinct type of scuba diving that mostly occurs over sand or mud areas, with little or no coral reef. The focus of muck diving is on finding small critters that are rarely encountered on coral reefs.
Completing the survey should take no more than 5 minutes. Participating in this survey is entirely voluntary, your identity cannot be connected in any way to your survey answers and you can opt out at any time.
To access the survey please follow this link, or you can copy and paste this address in your browser:
If you have questions regarding this study, please contact me in the comments section of this post, or via at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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