John Beauchamp

John J. Beauchamp

Professor of Mathematics

Education
B.A., M.A.T. (Vanderbilt University),
M.S., Ph.D. (Florida State University)


Publications

Cushman, R.M., J.J. Beauchamp, and A.L. Brenkert, "Validating CDIAC's population-based approach to the disaggregation of within-country CO2 emissions," Global Climate Change: Science, Policy, and Mitigation/Adaptation Strategies (1999), 374-385.

Smith, John G. and John J. Beauchamp, "Evaluation of caging designs and a fingernail clam for use in an in situ bioassay," Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 62 (2000), 205-230.

Ryon, Michael G., John J. Beauchamp, W. Kelly Roy, Elizabeth Schilling, Brian A. Carrico, and Roxanna L. Hinzman, "Stream dispersal of dead fish and survey effectiveness in a simulated fish kill," Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129 (2000), 89-100.

Beauchamp, John J. and Mark A. Miller, "Teaching the Relevancy of Statistical Concepts to High School or Junior College Students," presented at the Tennessee Mathematics Teacher Association 48th Annual Conference, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, April 28, 2000.

Irimia, Andrei, John J. Beauchamp and L. Alan Bradshaw, "Theoretical and Computational Multiple Regression Study of Gastric Electrical Activity Using Dipole Tracing from Magnetic Field Measurements," Journal of Biological Physics 30 (2004), 239-259.

Smith, J.G., J.J. Beauchamp, and A.J. Stewart, "Alternative approach for establishing acceptable thresholds on macroinvertebrate community metrics," Journal of The North American Benthological Society, 24(2) (2005), 428-440.