We are currently conducting a research project that looks at human perceptions of ecological diversity and how such perceptions feed into judgements regarding how people rank communities for conservation.
The survey is core to our investigation and involves participants making intuitive judgements about the relative diversity of different communities and using the available information to rank the same communities in terms of their conservation importance. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and it is not necessary for you to be an expert in this area to participate; we hope to have respondents from a range of backgrounds.
More information can be found in the plain language that precedes the survey. The following link will take you to the survey.