CPOM

AcronymDefinition
CPOMCoarse Particulate Organic Matter
CPOMCentre for Polar Observation and Modelling (National Centre for Earth Observation; UK)
CPOMComputer Program Operator's Manual
CPOMCost Per Output Measurement
CPOMCatalytic Partial Oxidation of Methane
CPOMConstitution Party of Montana
CPOMContrat Pluriannuel d'Objectifs et de Moyens (French: Multiyear Contract of Objectives and Means)
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Inorganic carbonates were removed from shrimp, crabs, FPOM, and CPOM through treatment with minute quantities of IN hydrochloric acid until the reaction ceased (Jacob et al.
Contributions of BFSs to naked goby, freckled blenny, skilletfish, grass shrimp, flatback mud crabs, eastern oysters, and CPOM were determined for each site by using a 2-source mixing model (Fry, 2006), with the mean [delta][sup.
A specialized ownership structure has traditionally been used to meet the demands of a potential private-equity investor while avoiding violations of state CPOM rules.
Ownership of the PC is held by a licensed physician involved in the medical practice in accordance with state CPOM rules.
Small traps used for CPOM investigation may exclude branches and twigs (Schlesinger, 1978; Webster & Patten, 1979; Conners & Naiman, 1984) as well as big leaves, Thus, the data included in Figure 1 may represent underestimates.
Among the few studies available so far, most data consider CPOM inputs to the water channel (Otto, 1975; Webster & Patten, 1979; Conners & Naiman, 1984; Gurtz et al.
Greencastle is currently managing the implementation of Atlantic's CPOM pilot at the Goryeb Children's Hospital of Morristown Memorial Hospital.
Inman said: "I really believe that CPOMS will revolutionise the way schools manage their information and ensure that they are pro-active in their approach to students' wellbeing.
CPOMS will make the process easier and much more efficient.