NCPR

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NCPRNorth Country Public Radio
NCPRNorth Carolina phosphate rock
NCPRNational Coalition of Petroleum Retailers
NCPRNATO Civilian Personnel Regulations
NCPRNational Coalition for Patient Rights
NCPRNorth Central Prairie Region
NCPRNeutron Core Partical Repeater (Anime)
NCPRNational Communications and Public Relations
NCPRNational Council for Policy Review
NCPRNational Clearinghouse for Paraeducator Resources
NCPRNorthern California Planning and Research
NCPRNational Cowboy Poetry Rodeo
NCPRNational Consensus on Political Reform
NCPRNonconforming Product Report
NCPRNational Center for Policy Research National Center for Policy Research for Women and Families
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The F concentration in the various fractions in the control soil or soils treated with NaF, NCPR, and SSP and the corresponding P concentrations are shown in Fig.
Approximately 93 [+ or -] 1% of the P in NCPR was also recovered in the acid soluble and residual fractions (Fig.
The higher percentage recovery of F in the residual fraction and the lower F recovery in the acid fraction compared to their corresponding P fractions that were derived from the addition of NCPR and SSP (Fig.
4) Control (no fertilisers) -- SSP (30) 500 49 500 SSP (60) 700 69 300 NCPR 600 59 400 JPR 400 39 600 DAP 200 19 800 (A) Number of years of same mowing regime required to remove 100% of the added Cd, given to the nearest 100 years (McGrath 1987).
For the relationships between either soil test P or P content of dried shoots and the amount of P applied (relationships 1 and 3 above), for each soil and each of the 3 P fertilisers (SSP, NCPR, SPR), all the 7 data points lay on the linear plot and so could be adequately described by the linear equation.
B) Percentage dissolution of NCPR and SPR was very similar in all 18 soils (Fig.
The percentage NCPR dissolution values obtained from this study were similar to those obtained for the NCPR with the same 18 soils by Hughes and Gilkes (1994).
This Brief is based on an NCPR Working Paper titled "The Impact of Postsecondary Remediation Using a Regression Discontinuity Approach: Addressing Endogenous Sorting and Noncompliance.