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A (very good!) Laotian restaurant in DC has an invasive menu (currently featuring snakehead but I recall invasive catfish a while ago). http://www.thipkhao.com/snakehead-menu/
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2016 on Lionfish dip at Environmental Economics
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I hear you're "rather sharp!" http://www.bradford-delong.com/2016/06/must-read-i-think-the-rather-sharp-john-whitehead-gets-this-critique-of-mark-thoma-wrong-rather-than-being-ultra-conse.html#more
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Very interesting article. The process sounds awful though.
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What is an " outside, commercial review board?" I have never heard of such a thing. Do the substitute for IRBs?
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p.s. Have you considered letting them use the original code, perhaps at the half-way point and after checking with you? In my experience, not everything is documented in the article and the code can really help.
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I like the language used in the replication section of the Journal of Applied Econometrics (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1099-1255/homepage/News.html#replication): wide versus narrow replication. Taking the author's data and re-running their models is a narrow replication. Once you start extending, you are conducting a wide replication. I'd also note that if your students pick an article from the JAE's list, they could submit to their replication section.
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So it looks like the NRDA payments are only going to be half that (not discounted), right?
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At least some of the jurisdictions are trying to build trading programs (http://pdf.wri.org/factsheets/comparison_tables_of_state_chesapeake_bay_nutrient_trading_programs.pdf) and (I think) there is an effort to make cross-state trades work.
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I've used EndNote in the past to manage references: that is, keep track of articles I might want to cite. Endnote also formats the citations according to different citation formats. I recognize the names of some of the others on the left side as similar tools, which I only know because when I want to request an ILL for one of the many journals we don't get here, journal platforms offer to let me download the citation in many different formats. My CAM mentee just recommended Paperpile, which integrates with Google Docs.
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Do let me know if there's something I can track down for you.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2016 on Friday beer post at Environmental Economics
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We recommend infused salts. My wife and I always put sriracha salt on eggs.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2016 on Friday beer post at Environmental Economics
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This is VERY cool, thanks for posting!
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We had 15" when I measured a few hours ago, with 6"-12" more expected. Where do people's shovels go during the summer?
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Awesome! And great location!
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They could afford Survey Monkey, right?
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Those are averages?!? We buy our bird at the farmer's market and those are stagnation-sized.
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I wish let me google that for you worked with scholar.
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I know I'm just a dumb bureaucrat and don't understand the ivory tower, but why does the salary of a guy who had said he is leaving have to be close to the market range?
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HAHAHAHAHAHA!
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I assume because of the large population of Vietnamese fishermen and shrimpers in the affected area, but I don't no for sure.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2015 on Big BP news at Environmental Economics
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