Cal-Adapt User Survey
Cal-Adapt (https://cal-adapt.org) hosts tools and information that show how climate change is predicted to affect California. Cal-Adapt aims to serve a wide range of audiences and be particularly useful to planners, scientists, and other public servants.

The Cal-Adapt team continually strives to make its climate data visualizations, interpretation, and download tools more useful. This survey will expand the Cal-Adapt team's understanding of who uses Cal-Adapt and for what purposes, to expand the tools available, build a seamless user experience, and support climate change adaptation across California.

We anticipate that this survey will take 5 to 10 minutes. Though not required, we encourage you to fill out all questions.

Thank you for your response! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Nancy Thomas at nethomas@berkeley.edu.
What best describes the focus of your work? *
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What is your current industry? *
Would you characterize yourself as: *
How do you hope to be able to use Cal-Adapt?
Please check all that apply.
How do you typically use climate data?
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Do you use Cal-Adapt, or do you use another tool? Why?
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What software(s) do you use for your reporting or analysis? *
Please check all that apply.
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How would you rate the overall ease of use of the site?
Difficult to use
Easy to use
How would you rate the overall speed and responsiveness of the tools?
Slow
Fast
What do you like best about Cal-Adapt?
Your answer
What do you like least about Cal-Adapt?
Your answer
How can we improve Cal-Adapt? Please feel free to share your ideas and suggestions to help us make the site more engaging and useful.
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What additional data layers, features, or tools would be most useful to include on Cal-Adapt?
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Would you recommend this site to your friends or colleagues? *
Are there any other climate service tools or websites that you like or find useful? If so, please share the name or link here.
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Any additional comments? We welcome suggestions on any areas of improvement or features you'd like to see added to the site.
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