RCL-Cortez

“Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of
California — Salton Trough Region”

Ensenada, Mexico, January 9–13, 2006


Thanks to all of you for attending the MARGINS Workshop on Lithospheric Rupture in the Gulf of California - Salton Trough Region (RCL-Cortez). Rather than rest on our collective laurels, the Convenors and the MARGINS Office would like constructive comments concerning the workshop organization, presentations, and venue in order help improve subsequent MARGINS workshops. Your response will help MARGINS judge how well the workshop fostered its goals  — to encourage scientific and logistical co-ordination, with particular focus on problems that cannot be addressed as efficiently by nations or national institutions acting alone or in limited partnerships.

Thus, when you get a chance, please answer the questions by selecting from the dropdown lists. There are text fields at the end of the questionnaire for comments and thoughts that may not be covered by the questions, or for additional input on your response to any question, if you so desire to expand. Filling out the entire form (without writing additional comments) and submitting it takes less than two minutes, and your input is very important to us! Results of the survey will be posted on the RCL-Cortez summary/reference site.

1 = Very Poor/Inadequate   2 = Poor    3 = Adequate    4 = Good    5 = Very Good/Excellent

QUESTION
EVALUATION

1. What did you think of the meeting format?


2. What did you think of the balance of presentations, discussions, poster sessions, and the field trip?
3. How was the time allotted for:

 

Talks?
Discussions?
Poster sessions?
The Field Trip?

4. How was the intensity of the Workshop schedule?
5. How effective were the presentations?
6. How effective were the abstracts (PDF file)?
7. Did the presented material enhance your knowledge in areas that were not your specialty?
8. Was the meeting successful in identifying important problems to be addressed?
9. Was the total length of time for the workshop appropriate?
10. How would you rate the amount you benefitted from the workshop?
11. How effective was the Field Trip in adding to your knowledge and understanding?
12a. Did the workshop give you any new research ideas?

12b. U.S. Participants Only: If your response to 12a is "Yes," are you planning on submitting a MARGINS proposal based on those ideas?

13a. Do you think that any new collaborations are likely to come out of the meeting?
13b. In regards to 13a, are you involved in any such plans?
14. Do you feel that you were given sufficient opportunity to ask questions and to make comments during the Workshop?

15. How would you rate the Ensenada venue?

16. Were you satisfied with the assistance offered by the MARGINS Office?

17. What themes should have been included in the Workshop for balance with the other presentations?

18. Please describe one aspect of the program that could be changed to dramatically improve the effectiveness/enjoyment of the Workshop.


Any additional comments or expand on specific responses above:


Name (Optional):
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E-mail us if you have questions at margins@nsf-margins.org

Again, thanks for your help with the evaluation and thank you very much for your participation in the RCL-Cortez Workshop.

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Last updated Friday, June 9, 2006