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* 1. This survey should take only a minute or two, and will help collaborators at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale develop hardware and curriculum for stream table instruction. These questions concern ONLY stream tables or movable bed river models as defined in the photos below. Please respond if you currently use a stream table or used one as a student or at another institution. Thanks for your participation!

At what institution is (or was) the stream table housed?

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For this survey, STREAM TABLES are broad, shallow, and usually contain a movable media, often quartz or plastic sand. FLUMES are relatively narrow with fixed side walls.

For this survey, STREAM TABLES are broad, shallow, and usually contain a movable media, often quartz or plastic sand.  FLUMES are relatively narrow with fixed side walls.

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* 2. At what type of institution do (or did) you use your stream table?

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* 3. In what sort of courses/activities do you use your stream table (check all that apply)?

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* 4. What is the movable media (or sediment) used in your stream table?

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* 5. If your media (or sediment) is plastic media, please specify the form (e.g., acrylic, melamine, bakelite)

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* 6. Does the model re-circulate the media?

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* 7. What is the approximate working area of the model?

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* 8. Was the model designed by someone at your institution?

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* 9. Was the model built by your institution?

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* 10. Was the model bought from a commercial vendor?

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* 11. Is the model currently in good working condition and available for use?

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* 12. If your model is NOT in good working condition and/or is NOT available for use, please choose the most applicable reason below (check all that apply):

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* 13. Have you developed curriculum or formal exercises for your stream table?

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* 14. Please use this space for comments, to report problems, or to enter your name and email address if you'd like to talk to us.

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