BFRS

AcronymDefinition
BFRSBritish Forces Resettlement Services (UK)
BFRSBorders Foundation for Rural Sustainability (est. 1997; UK)
BFRSBuckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service (UK)
BFRSBirmingham Fire and Rescue Service (Alabama)
BFRSBurch Field Research Seminar (University of North Carolina)
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BFRs such as polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are known to interfere with the endocrine or hormone system, the group explained.
Table-3: Within Group analysis for BBS, BFRS and TUG.
SpaceX will launch two uncrewed cargo BFRs in 2022 and then launch follow-up missions with four more rockets two years later.
Part II of this paper elaborates our core case study: everyday exposure to endocrine-disrupting (or hormone-disrupting) chemicals, patticularly BFRs and phthalates.
Occurrence of brominated flame retardants (BFRs), organochlorine pesticides (OCPs), and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in agricultural soils in a BFR-manufacturing region of North China.
And although single-shot big bores are cool, Magnum Research's BFR (no, it means Big Frame Revolver) is sort of like today's version of a Colt's Walker revolver: big, heavy and more powerful than just about anything else.
Sample preparation, extraction, and cleanup/isolation of the OCPs, OCOs, and BFRs is described in detail in Supporting Information.
Brynildsrud et al., "Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) in breast milk and associated health risks to nursing infants in Northern Tanzania," Environment International, vol.
A Social Enterprise focused on helping former Armed Forces staff through their transition to civilian life and beyond, the BFRS works with employers and training providers who understand the skills and requirements of expersonnel and offer support and advice.
The Placer County Air Pollution Control District sponsored -- in cooperation with the UC Berkeley Center for Forestry, United States Forest Service (USFS) Rocky Mountain Research Station Missoula Fire Lab, and UC Davis Biological and Agricultural Engineering -- a case study to quantify the energy, air quality and GHG benefits, as well as the economics, of utilizing woody biomass wastes generated at Blodgett Forest Research Station (BFRS) for renewable energy at the Buena Vista Biomass Power (BVBP) facility as an alternative to the status quo of open pile burning.