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field work drill debriefing by Swanson Scott
Transect walks are an option for gathering spatial data on an area by observing people, surroundings and resources while walking around an area or community. Through the observation of specific indicators and the participation of a variety of stakeholders significants amounts of  both qualitative and quantitative data can be collected on transect walks.
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Biophysical Measurement, measures physical changes that take place over a period of time related to a specific indicator and using an accepted measurement procedure. This provides statistically reliable data that can form the basis for measuring impact and change. (Sette, 2008)
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Film crew in nature by Tess McBride
This option uses a series of still photographs or videos taken over a period of time to discern changes taking place in the environment or activities of a community.
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Non-participant Observation involves observing participants without actively participating. This option is used to understand a phenomenon by entering the community or social system involved, while staying separate from the activities being observed. 
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The World Café is a methodology for hosting group dialogue which emphasizes the power of simple conversation in considering relevant questions and themes. The metaphor of a real-life café is used: in a World Café session, participants – of any number - are encouraged to take part in a collaborative conversation within an environment typically modeled after such a café (i.e. a room furnished with small tables, tablecloth, light music, flowers, refreshments, etc).
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Sketch map of Runcorn, Cheshire, showing railways by Expresso Addict
This option is useful for creating a visual representation ('map') of a geographically based or defined issue drawn from the interpretation of a group or different groups of stakeholders. 

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