This research investigates two tightly-coupled roles for human perception in decision-making regarding stormwater management. First, the role of computer-delivered information, visual and verbal, in motivating the adoption of stormwater management practices. Second, the role of visualization as a component of choice models and other survey-based means of eliciting values for the non-commodity attributes of stormwater practices—the contribution of design to aesthetics and sense of place.
|Effective start/end date||3/1/12 → 2/28/18|
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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