USDIUnited States Department of the Interior
USDIUndersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (US DoD)
USDIUnited States Dental Institute (Kingsport, TN)
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While its focus is on the National Park Service (NPS), other USDI agencies and the Forest Service are clearly implicated in the wrenching history of native Americans since the 1880s.
Although public land policies were important in national debates during the early part of the twentieth century, these policies received less attention after the 1930s (Calef, 1960; Culhane, 1981; USDI, 1977).
USDI, Fish and Wildlife Service, Malhuer National Wildlife Refuge, Princeton, Oregon, USA.
USDI houses more than 30,000 maps, charts and graphs depicting diabetes prevalence, costs, the uncontrolled and pre-diabetes populations, co-morbid conditions, and other important indices segmented by geography, including national, state, county, city, congressional, state legislative and zip code levels, and by age, gender, and race/ethnicity.
This article investigates the determinants of USDI through a relative-demand model with time-series data.
Chapter 1:1-14 in USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, Recovery Plan for the Mexican Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis lucida).
At USDI, she led the creation, establishment, and implementation of the Military Intelligence Program (MIP), in partnership with the Director of National Intelligence, the services, the combat support agencies, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).
USDI, Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Endangered Species, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
Significant funding and regional leadership are being provided by Travel Oregon, Washington State Tourism, USDA Forest Service/National Forest Scenic Byways Transportation and Tourism Planning, USDI Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Cultural Trust, Clackamas County Tourism Development Council, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Central Oregon Visitors Association, Convention and Visitors Association of Lane County Oregon, Portland Metro and the Columbia River Gorge Visitors Association.
The Mexican Spotted Owl was listed as threatened by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 1993 (Cully and Austin 1993, USDI 1995).