AGFD

AcronymDefinition
AGFDArizona Game and Fish Department
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For his part, Tal said that AGFD's economic team has been tasked with studying the Kingdom's economy and its challenges in order to propose solutions.
It was demonstrated that the agfD gene is necessary for the biofilm maturation and is responsible for all major matrix constituent's expression regulation [9].
The species was designated endangered in 1979, based on the extremely limited range of the species and the high level of disturbance within that range (AGFD, 2003).
than 400 in 2006 prompted FWS's and AGFD's heightened concerns
In conjunction with the Pinacate Reserve, the University of Arizona, AGFD, and others, we are implementing a conservation plan for the endemic and at-risk species of the Rio Sonoyta, a rare lowland desert stream and spring system in northwestern Sonora and southwestern Arizona.
We obtained data on relative abundance of ungulates from AGFD annual surveys of wildlife game management units for units with collared mountain lions.
In a last ditch effort to save the pronghorn from extinction, staff from the AGFD, the Service, and the Marine Corps carried water coolers up to 4 miles (6.5 kin) off road to test this assertion.
Citing various scientific studies, AGFD, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, a wildlife biologist working for USFS who had published research on the northern goshawk, and the Center for Biological Diversity renewed the challenge to USFS's determination that the northern goshawk was a habitat generalist.
But by the mid-1990s, AGFD biologists saw indications the sheep were losing ground.