CEQ


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CEQCouncil On Environmental Quality
CEQCourse Experience Questionnaire (higher education)
CEQCentrale de l'Enseignement du Québec
CEQCinema Equalizer
CEQChina Economic Quarterly (est. 1997; publication)
CEQCalifornia Environmental Quality Act of 1970
CEQClosed-Ended Questions
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Therefore, the CEs of Ceq and Pcm suggested by International Institute of Welding (IIW) and Japanese Ito (ITO) are used in the standard of X80 pipeline steel for the Second West-to-East Gas Transmission Pipeline Project to investigate the effects of C and alloy contents on mechanical properties of high-Nb X80 weld pipes in this work.
CEQ. Participants' self-evaluation using the 13-item CEQ served as a secondary outcome.
The purpose of the CEQ is to capture expenditures for larger and less frequently purchased items and for items, such as rent or utilities, for which payments are made on a regular basis, such as monthly.
implementing regulations promulgated by CEQ. However, this ambiguity can
A review of the sub-constructs, their indicators and contextual relevance was used to select Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) for this research.
We examined feedback provided by students on two survey instruments: the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory and the College/Cegep Experience Questionnaire (CEQ).
(19) Council on Environmental Quality ("CEQ") regulations for the implementation of the procedural provisions of NEPA were "designed to make the environmental impact statement process more useful to decisionmakers [sic] and the public." (20) These regulations require each agency to adopt procedures that conform decision processes to the NEPA regulations.
delivers on President Obama's request for recommendations that will move this country towards a more robust national policy for our oceans, coasts and the Great Lakes and recognizes that we have a responsibility to protect the oceans and coasts for the benefit of current and future generations," said Nancy Sutley, Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ).
White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) spokesperson, Christine Glunz, said that the effort to get the White House to LEED certification includes energy and water systems as well as waste.