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Publications concerning Surveys

1. PWS Summary Guide to Survey Design and Delivery    (View)

Note: This Summary Guide is based on the “Introduction to Survey Design and Delivery” produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Coastal Services Centre - (No. 2 below).

2. “Introduction to Survey Design and Delivery (View)

3. Sample Tried-and-Tested Survey Questionnaires on Service Delivery by National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs)(View)

Survey Questionnaires and Results

Public User Survey – METRO & REGIONAL
(V3) (Ref: 2404)

Bureau of Meteorology (Australia)



Public User Survey – RURAL
(V3) (Ref: 2404)

Bureau of Meteorology (Australia)

2009 Survey  
Public User Survey
A Report of Research

Bureau of Meteorology (Australia)

2010 Survey Report  
'Findings of the 2008 survey' and Feedback on the usefulness of the
“Summary Guide to Survey Design and Delivery”

Hydrometeorological Centre (Republic of Belarus)
2010 Survey report  

Executive summary on the survey "The DWD and Severe Weather Warnings"

Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) (Germany) 2006 Survey Report  

Public Opinion Survey on the Accuracy of Weather Forecasts in Hong Kong 2010

Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) (Hong Kong, China)

Usage & Attitudes
Omnibus Research

Met Éireann (Ireland)

2001 Survey Results  
Survey on the quality and quantity of information provided to the general public The Seychelles - Survey  
South African Weather
Service Stakeholder Perception

South African 2009 Report  

Public Attitudes and Satisfaction: quantitative research


The Met Office, UK 2009 Survey Results  
NWS Overall Customer Satisfaction Survey National Weather Service (NWS) (NOAA), USA 2010 Survey  
Survey on Improving the Delivery of Public Weather Services PWSP of WMO 2008 Survey and Results  
Survey on Severe Weather Warning Services PWSP of WMO 2006




Survey on Effectiveness of PWS


PWSP of WMO 2005 Results  
Survey of Indian Ocean Meteorological and Hydrological Services requirements for disaster reduction, including Tsunamis PWSP of WMO 2005 Survey  



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