AEWC

AcronymDefinition
AEWCAlaska Eskimo Whaling Commission
AEWCAdvanced Engineered Wood Composites Center (University of Maine)
AEWCAlternative Education and Work Center
AEWCAirborne Early Warning & Control
AEWCArmenian Evangelical World Council (religious leaders' union)
AEWCAustralian Electronic Water Conditioners Pty. Ltd.
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In challenging the permit, the AEWC argued that EPA failed to adequately consider the extent to which the authorized discharges would interfere with the native communities' fall hunt by diverting the migratory routes of the whales, thereby making hunting more dangerous.
He also attended a roll-out ceremony in Hanzhong for AEWC designed specifically for Paf.
One of the explicit purposes of the AEWC is "to protect and enhance Eskimo culture, traditions and activities associated with bowhead whales and bowhead whaling." (240) For example, the AEWC has the authority to define the hunting methods and means (241) that are presently limited to traditional harvesting methods.
Upgrades in avionics, electronic warfare, and missiles for fighters and strike bombers, along with the acquisition of AEWC, were seen as critical to regaining equality with the best regional air forces.
In my meeting with Secretary Zinke earlier today, the Secretary committed that the Interior Department will engage in meaningful consultation with our communities, tribes, AEWC, and Native corporations during the Departments review of the NPR-A IAP, said Mayor Brower.
Prior to forming, the green strands were screened in the AEWC Trillium screen and separated into three size classes, and only the strands in the largest class (overs) were used in the industrial experiment.
This review allowed for correction of errors, addition of material that had subsequently occurred to participants, and the deletion of information incidental to the study results that the participants, the tribal councils, or the AEWC felt might be harmful to their interests.
Daniel Whitby, Consultant Ecologist at AEWC Ltd said:The new system has provided consultants with the tools to submit simplified licence applications for sites where ecological impacts are lower and detailed assessments and mitigation are not always necessary.
of Civil and Environmental Engineering and AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites Center, Univ.
What is less well known, but of central importance to an understanding of contemporary political life in Barrow, is Harry Brower's influence in incorporating scientists in the activities of the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission (AEWC).
of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites Center (rodrigo.silvahenriquez@umit.
The present harvest of bowhead whales in Alaska and Russia is regulated according to a block quota set by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and administered by the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission (AEWC) (Marine Mammal Commission, 1999).