AbstractEstablished as a social companion to the Oklahoma Mesonet, the Oklahoma Meso-Scale Integrated Socio-Geographic Network (M-SISNet) is a network of approximately 1500 “social monitoring stations” (geolocated households) across the state of Oklahoma that provide data on household perceptions and responses to signals that are sent from agricultural, hydrological, and meteorological systems. This paper outlines the purpose and nature of the M-SISNet, with specific focus on the sample frame, protocols for recruitment, retention, and survey implementation. It concludes with example survey questions, analyses, and directions for accessing the data.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 11, 2017
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