Christopher D. Storie

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The world is continuing to urbanize at an alarming rate. The ability to detect, map and monitor change within the urban system is of critical importance as urban growth happens largely at the expense of agricultural loss. Mapping land use/land cover change within urban systems using fully polarimetric synthetic aperture radar has been limited because of the(More)
The chloramphenicol resistance gene catD from Clostridium difficile was shown to be encoded on the transposons Tn4453a and Tn4453b, which were structurally and functionally related to Tn4451 from Clostridium perfringens. Tn4453a and Tn4453b excised precisely from recombinant plasmids, generating a circular form, as is the case for Tn4451. Evidence that this(More)
Institutions of higher education in the U.S. are increasing their use of project-based courses and experiential learning using projects or service in other countries. These approaches are particularly applicable to remote sensing (RS) technology due to the complex and diverse nature of the discipline, the efficacy of experiential learning, the need to learn(More)
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