Jesse Bishop

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Quantitative analysis of DNA microarray data is complicated by uncertainties inherent to the experimental setup. Using computer simulations and real-time experimental results, we have previously demonstrated effects of multiplex reactions on a single sensing zone of an array, which may be a leading factor in erroneous interpretation of experimental data. We(More)
A spatially explicit map of aboveground carbon stored in Mexico's forests was generated from empirical modeling on forest inventory and spaceborne optical and radar data. Between 2004 and 2007, the Mexican National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR) established a network of ~26,000 permanent inventory plots in the frame of their national inventory program, the(More)
SUMMARY One of the goals of the North American Carbon Program (NACP) is to develop a quantitative scientific basis for regional-to continental-scale carbon accounting to reduce uncertainties about the carbon cycle component of the climate system. In support of this goal, the National Biomass and Carbon Dataset 2000 (NBCD 2000), a high-resolution,(More)
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