Brief social survey of attitudes toward art installations in the GBR
In this survey we would like to gain insights into your attitudes and perceptions relating to art installation in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). Your name and details are not required, and you do not need to answer every question. Your responses will enable us to develop better experiences for people when visiting the GBR. If you have any concerns or questions about the survey, please contact Dr. Nadine Marshall, CSIRO Townsville at: nadine.marshall@csiro.au, or on 07 4753 8537. Thank-you for helping us!

Could you please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with each of the following statements on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1= very strongly disagree and 10= very strongly agree? Questions 9 & 10 require you to respond by circling the number that represents your answer.

1. Installing art and sculptures at damaged Great Barrier Reef sites is a good idea for assisting tourism and reef restoration?
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
2. I think art installations should be interactive so that people can actively touch, swim and engage with them
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
3. The best place for art installations is underwater
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
4. The best place for art installations is on the beach
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
5. The best place for art installations is in the intertidal zone (partly covered at high tide)
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
6. Art installations in the GBR are only a good idea if they also raise awareness about the Reef
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
7. Art installed in the GBR should be primarily an art experience and not about the Reef
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
8. I would be more likely to visit an area on the GBR if it had art installations
very strongly disagree
very strongly agree
9. The ideal size for art installations in metres (largest dimension) is:
m
m
10. The ideal number of artworks at each site is:
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