Douglas S. Noonan

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Contingent valuation methodology (CVM) has been increasingly applied to cultural resources. CVM employs survey methods to gather stated preference information, which can be used to estimate economic values of various cultural resources and projects. Although popular in other fields, the application of CVM in the cultural arena is relatively recent. This(More)
1Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30322-0595 2School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0355 3School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0205 4School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of(More)
The RNASET2 gene, mapped in 6q27, was previously found to exert control of tumorigenesis in an ovarian cancer system. We present here results indicating a similar control in a melanoma cancer model. Thus, this gene is most likely involved in a common general pathway of tumorigenesis. Moreover, its antitumorigenic activity is manifested in vivo but not in(More)
Environmental justice (EJ) is prominent in environmental policy, yet EJ research is plagued by debates over methodological procedures. A well-established economic approach, the hedonic price method, can offer guidance on one contentious aspect of EJ research: the choice of the spatial unit of analysis. Environmental managers charged with preventing or(More)
1 The authors thank participants in a brownbag workshop at Appalachian State University and a session at the 2012 Southern Economic Association Meetings for helpful comments. Abstract. We survey concert-goers during the season and gather revealed preference and ex-ante stated preference data. We then survey the same concert goers after the season and gather(More)
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Based on requirements under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, most state vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) programs have, since 2002, replaced the tailpipe emission testing with the on-board diagnostic (OBD) II testing for 1996 model and newer vehicles. This test relies on the OBD II system to give the pass or fail result, depending on certain(More)