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rec12054-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document391KFigure S1. Study area map. Each symbol represents the office locations sampled in the states of Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming, U.S.A. Some symbols represent multiple offices.
rec12054-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfPDF document391KFigure S2. Prior use of volunteers to help implement ecological restoration projects.
rec12054-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfPDF document391KFigure S3. Respondents were categorized into one of three groups based on their level of agreement with the statement that they planned on using restoration volunteers in the next 12 months. These groups included “intenders” (respondents who agreed with the statement that they planned to use volunteers), “undecided” (respondents whose neither agreed nor disagreed with the statement), and “non-intenders” (respondents who disagreed with the statement that they planned to use volunteers).
rec12054-sup-0004-FigureS4.pdfPDF document391KFigure S4. Attitude means towards using volunteers among employees who did not intend to use volunteers, who were undecided, and who intended to use volunteers. Range of possible scores was −9 to +9. Different labels (a/b) represent statistically significant differences between two means within a variable. Error bars represent standard errors.
rec12054-sup-0005-FigureS5.pdfPDF document391KFigure S5. Subjective norm means associated with using volunteers among employees who did not intend to use volunteers, employees who were undecided, and employees who intended to use volunteers. Range of possible scores was −18 to +18. Different labels (a/b/c) represent statistically significant differences between or among means within a variable. Error bars represent standard errors.
rec12054-sup-0006-FigureS6.pdfPDF document391KFigure S6. Perceived behavioral control means towards using volunteers among employees who did not intend to use volunteers, employees who were undecided, and employees who intended to use volunteers. Range of possible scores was −3 to +3. Different labels (a/b) represent statistically significant differences between two means within a variable. Error bars represent standard errors.
rec12054-sup-0007-TableS1.pdfPDF document391KTable S1. Survey questions to directly measure Theory of Planned Behavior constructs. All questions refer to using volunteers to help implement ecological restoration projects within the next 12 months. When constructs were measured with more than one question, scores were averaged.
rec12054-sup-0008-TableS2.pdfPDF document391KTable S2. Survey questions to measure specific attitudes (Att = ei × bi).
rec12054-sup-0009-TableS3.pdfPDF document391KTable S3. Survey questions to measure specific subjective norms (SN = mi × ni).
rec12054-sup-0010-TableS4.pdfPDF document391KTable S4. Survey questions to measure specific perceived behavioral control variables.
rec12054-sup-0011-AppendixS1.pdfPDF document391KAppendix S1. Previous behavior.

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