SURVEY DAY IS HERE

25 Jun
Today is the day, good luck with the survey.
Here is the link to the survey page. If anyone is having trouble accessing it here are the questions from the survey so feel free to send the results as a comment on this blog and I will enter them manually. Thank you all for your help and support.
  1. How many mines are there on the first leaflet?
  2. How many mines are there on the second leaflet?
  3. How many mines are there on the third leaflet?
  4. How many mines are there on the fourth leaflet?
  5. How many mines are there on the fifth leaflet?
  6. How many mines are there on the sixth leaflet?
  7. How many mines are there on the seventh leaflet?
  8. How many mines are there on the eighth leaflet?
  9. How many mines are there on the ninth leaflet?
  10. How many mines are there on the tenth leaflet?
  11. Geographic location of the tree (This could be a post code, map reference, GPS location etc.)
  12. Where was the tree found?
  13. Was there any debris under the tree from last years dead leaves?
  14. How many other Horse-chestnut trees were there within 100 paces of the tree you looked at?

See below for more details and helpful photos.

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One Response to “SURVEY DAY IS HERE”

  1. Sylvia Bigglestone June 25, 2011 at 8:22 pm #

    I undertook the survey in my neighbour’s garden. Post code:- LD2 3UL.
    OS No:- O 0/14; 078474
    There were no leaf mines on any of the ten leaflets examined.
    There was no debris from last years dead leaves.
    There were no other Horse-chestnut trees with 100 paces of that tree.

    I tried to complete the on-line survey, but it kept telling me to use whole numbers where I entered ‘0’.

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