If you have ever wanted to know how low a predatory journal will go in publishing a paper, check this collection: https://figshare.com/articles/Stinging_the_Predators_A_collection_of_papers_that_should_never_have_been_published/5248264 ICYMI
@f_loki lucky! I've got an Android tablet, so no such luck for me.
@f_loki xournal is great! I use it for marking digital submissions. The only thing I miss is a tablet counterpart.
OMG my fingers ... Thanks for sharing,<exclamation mark>*** not a question
@jorge can't wait to read it!
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When you say that isn't surprising, what's your take here? That the police didn't find evidence (lack of investigation not surprising) or that there wasn't evidence (and perhaps she was being dishonest)? Or is it the assumption that fear can only be bred through physical abuse?
Thanks for sharing?
What about R2? I usually find something Long the lines of:
R1: pedestrian operations are described in excessive detail. Reduce the manuscript by half.
R2: I do not understand the method. They should be explained in more detail.
@WilliamConey welcome from a fellow Canuck. I'll be interested to see some of your research.
@eredondo still a super important part of the action needed. That's very cool work. I'll be interested to follow your updates.
#published! Our new article on the impact of missing data in a monthly series. Applied here to temperature data but I think it is widely applicable. https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/joc.5801 #openacess #science
@ibull Is it not worse when it was published weeks ago.
@drarp, great question. I didn't encounter any denial in Peru. I can think of a number of reasons why this might be—I think probably Peru is typically cast as a victim of CC, not perpetrator, so political incentive to deny is small, versus potential assistance to adapt. What I did find though is a lot of misinformation re: what counts as CC. e.g. El Niño, cyclical occurence and still not sure what the link to CC looks like. Or a big rain storm in the rainforest, probably not CC.
Climate guy. Likes to do stuff with data. Open is good.
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