ANM

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ANMAssistant Nurse Manager (various locations)
ANMAnimation
ANMAutomated Network Monitoring
ANMApplication Networking Manager
ANMActive Network Management
ANMAnswering Message
ANMActive Network Monitor
ANMAuxiliary Nurse Midwife
ANMAnswer Message (telecommunications)
ANMAberdeen and Northern Marts (farming; UK)
ANMArab Nationalist Movement
ANMAzienda Napoletana Mobilità (Italian)
ANMAssociation of Natural Medicine (UK)
ANMAutomated Network Management
ANMAdvancing Native Missions
ANMAssociation Nationale des Médiateurs (French: National Association of Mediators)
ANMAcadémie Nationale de Médecine (French: National Academy of Medicine)
ANMAgent Network Management
ANMAlliance for Nonprofit Management (Washington, DC)
ANMAdjoint Network Method
ANMAdvanced Network Management
ANMAlt.Nudism.Moderated (newsgroup)
ANMAtelier Nîmois de Métallisation (French metallization company)
ANMAmeritech Network Management
ANMAccession Nationale Masculine (French volleyball club)
ANMAssociation Notation pour le Mouvement (French: Association for the Notation Movement)
ANMAnd No Mistake
ANMAmbient Noise Measurement
ANMAztech New Media Corporation (Canada)
ANMAdmiralty Notice to Mariners
ANMAssociation Nautique Moissagaise (French boating association)
ANMAlternate Nuclear Materials
ANMAnnouncement Module
ANMATC Network Manager
ANMAsamblea Nacional de Maestros (National Assembly of Teachers, Guatemala)
ANMAlphanumeric Monitor
ANMAutomated Network Manager/Management
ANMAcoustic Noise Monitoring
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The geophysical investigations include ERT survey (along two 470-m long profiles) and ambient noise measurement at 30 stations.
Geophysical investigations performed in the present research included ERT survey and ambient noise measurement. The aim of ERT survey was to determine landslide geometry, lateral limits, slip surface, and ground water level.
Ambient noise measurement was performed at 30 stations via a single-station arrangement.
Due to steep slope of the study area (30%), boring equipment were impossible to transport to upstream of the study area, while ambient noise measurements could be conveniently performed in those areas.
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