NFHR

AcronymDefinition
NFHRNorwegian Fjord Horse Registry (Webster, NY)
NFHRNational Forum for Human Rights (Sierra Leone)
NFHRNational Federation of Hotels and Restaurants (Czech Republic)
NFHRNorth Fork of the Holston River (Virginia and Tennessee)
NFHRNational Foundation for Housing Reform (Russia)
NFHRNorth Florida Horse Rescue, Inc. (Keystone Heights, FL)
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In 1970, mercury levels in NFHR fish tissue exceeded 0.
Despite these efforts, recent monitoring of mercury levels by various agencies has shown that mercury contamination in NFHR sediments, benthic invertebrates, and fishes remains significantly elevated, particularly near the former plant site and downstream reaches of the NFHR (Trivette, 1998).
The NFHR is an important recreational resource for many individuals, and many anglers acknowledge using fish taken from the NFHR as table fare for themselves and their families.
Study Site--Seventeen sampling stations were established over the entire reach of the NFHR.
Moreover, because only one collecting method was used, Table 3 should not be considered an exhaustive list of all NFHR fish species.
When fishes were classified by feeding type, insectivores had a significantly higher median tissue mercury level than herbivores for the NFHR overall (Fig.
Abiotic compartments of the NFHR ecosystem remain generally unaffected by mercury contamination upstream of the original Saltville, Virginia impact site.
The mean sediment mercury load at Station 8 was nearly 8 [micro]g/g and was the highest measured on the entire NFHR, with individual sediment samples as high as 14 [micro]g/g.
Abdul Aziz Abel pointed out that the culture of human rights and devoting it as a practice and spreading it is an accumulative process which indicates the concern of NFHR saying "In addition to today's seminar, we have three events for this year, stressing that such events aim at keeping the citizen and the resident aware that their rights are preserved in Kingdom of Bahrain according to the constitution, the national laws and international conventions.