What is an environmental quality survey?
An environmental quality survey examines or assesses the environmental conditions of a particular area or region. It is usually conducted by a team of scientists or environmental experts who collect and analyze data on various environmental factors such as air quality, water quality, soil conditions, and the presence and abundance of plants and animals.
An environmental quality survey aims to understand the current state of the environment and identify potential environmental problems or issues that may need to be addressed. These surveys can be conducted at various scales, from small, local studies to large, regional, or global assessments.