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Customer Satisfaction Survey Results (060117 - 150626)

 

Item

A

B

C

D

F

n/a

Mean

GPA

Overall performance

21

5

2

3

2

1

3.21

B

Quality of NBMG publications

20

5

2

0

5

2

3.09

B

Usefulness of the publications

21

3

5

2

0

0

3.39

B

Number and variety of publications

17

8

4

1

1

3

3.26

B

Quality of NBMG geologic maps

22

4

2

0

2

5

3.47

B

Detail of NBMG geologic maps

20

6

1

1

2

5

3.37

B

Current coverage of geologic maps

16

8

3

2

1

5

3.20

B

Free publications on the Web

16

6

5

0

5

3

2.88

B

Cost of publications for sale

16

7

3

1

3

5

3.07

B

Customer service for sales

21

1

4

3

2

4

3.16

B

Ease of Web sales

15

6

3

2

2

7

3.07

B

Timeliness of receiving Web, mail,
and fax orders

15

6

2

1

3

8

3.07

B

Service from Information Office

20

5

2

2

1

5

3.37

B

Air photo coverage

14

5

1

2

4

9

2.88

B

Content of mining district files

15

6

1

3

1

9

3.19

B

Free mining-district, geothermal,
and other information on the Web

17

5

5

3

1

4

3.10

B

Hours of operation

16

4

5

1

6

3

2.72

B

External publications

15

2

5

3

1

9

3.04

B

Professional service

5

0

14

0

4

9

2.09

C

Publications for the general public

17

8

0

2

2

6

3.24

B

Earth Science week field trips

16

4

5

2

0

8

3.26

B

Helpfulness in answering questions

17

3

5

2

1

6

3.18

B

Quality of assays

14

6

2

0

3

10

3.12

B

Cost of assays

15

3

3

2

2

10

3.08

B

Turnaround time

13

5

3

2

2

10

3.00

B

 

Comments

Get more information for the mining district files from companies and consultants who are willing to donate their files.
(060118 - 134.197.46.74 )

Thank you for your publications. They dovetail nicely with my other data, and will provide a solid basis for my studies. Have a nice day.
(060123 - 199.222.138.79 )

Comment for current coverage of geologic maps- gave a C because they always need more. Could use more photo scale cards. Received paper copy 1/25
(060125 - 134.197.46.27 )

Gave customer service for sales an A++. Received paper copy. 1/25/06
(060125 - 134.197.46.27 )

The question on Number and variety of publications was given an A. It was not letting me put in the tab. Received paper copy. 1/25/06
(060125 - 134.197.46.27 )

I would like to see the older county reports updated. I would also like to see more mapping around the smaller mining districts throughout central Nevada. Much of this has been done by various exploration groups and individuals and could probably be compiled and field checked through guidence by the NBMG or GSN.
(060202 - 216.82.142.229 )

Give me some time to think some more. I have always had fast and respectful interactions with all the people I have had contact with. I feel NBMG is one of the top such organizations in the states. It is nice to have a chance to express my opinions and finally extend my gratitude to the group. Thanks.
(060202 - 24.7.92.229 )

There is a CLEAR and IMMEDIATE NEED for the NBMG to conduct detailed Quaternary fault mapping of the rapidely urbanizing areas bordering the Reno-Sparks-Carson City region, and to make these map pubically available. As a local consultant, I have seen more than one development project dismiss investigating Quaternary fault surface rupture hazards simply because the NBMG has no such maps covering these outlying areas. The only Quaternary fault map providing "blanket" coverage of the Reno-Sparks region, the Reno sheet Quaternary fault map (scale 1:250,00),according to its author, John Bell, largely focuses on mapping the valley floors not the surrounding and rapidely urbanizing areas. Alternatively, the "Guidelines for Evaluation of Potential Surface Fault Rupture/Land Subsidence Hazards in Nevada" should be modified to require at least an examination of aerial photographs of sites in these outlying to identify geomorphic features indictive of Quaternary faulting. This loophole needs to be eliminated ASAP. I would love to see the NBMG scan aerial photographs covering the Reno-Carson City-Fallon area, then sell this information on a series of DVD/CD or on the Web. This would benefit the private sector by allowing more effecient and thorough studies that, in turn, benefit the community at large. The more publications that the NBMG can make available on the Web the better for all concerned. To be used in a serious manner these publications should be made available in GIS formatted files (e.g., shape files), and as .pdf files for the masses.
(060202 - 24.205.98.150 )

I would like to see electronic or other archiving of the air photo collection before any more of the collections disappear. If hours were changed, I would prefer 8 to 5, although I have been able to adjust my schedule to meet the current open hours so it is not a critical issue to me. Overall, the NBMG is a great resource that is not duplicated elsewhere.
(060203 - 65.66.146.130 )

(Entered by Terri; paper copy received 2/2/06) Q.Are there areas you'd like to see geologically mapped? A. All the gold trends in detail Q. Preferences for media? A. Free on the Web Q. What other types of information and databases...? A. All the SEDAR (Canada) regarding Nevada tech reports (difficult to read TG) Additional comments: Would like all exploration and mining district files available as pdf, shp, geotiff, & dbf (NOT ACCESS!!)
(060203 - 134.197.46.116 )

before2039@134.197.46.69
(060212 - 203.36.224.2 )

(Paper copy, entered verbatim by Terri, 2/16/2006) More EQ Hazards Maps 8-5pm for Sales $20 for air photos to high
(060216 - 134.197.46.116 )

a5744@134.197.46.69
(060301 - 220.231.18.66 )