CVO

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AcronymDefinition
CVOChief Visionary Officer (corporate title)
CVOCardiovascular Outcome
CVOCommercial Vehicle Operations
CVOCascades Volcano Observatory (USGS)
CVOCentral Vein Occlusion
CVOCustom Vehicle Operations (division of the Harley-Davidson Factory)
CVOCertificate of Value and Origin (shipping)
CVOCentre for Voluntary Organisation (UK)
CVOCentre de Valorisation Organique (French: Organic Recovery Center)
CVOCash Value Option (Texas lottery)
CVOCommercial Vehicle Operation
CVOClose Volume Option
CVOCompiled Vault Object
CVOCisco Virtual Office (network solution)
CVOCotisation Volontaire Obligatoire (French: Voluntary Contribution Required)
CVOChief Veterinary Officer
CVOCommander of the Royal Victorian Order
CVOCredentials Verification Organization
CVOCorvallis, Oregon
CVOCollege of Veterinarians of Ontario (Canada)
CVOCircumventricular Organ (biology)
CVOChief Volunteer Officer
CVOCentre Véhicules Occasions (French car dealer)
CVOCadia Valley Operations (Australia)
CVOCommon Velocity Obstacle (robotics)
CVOClassroom Video
CVOComponent Video Output
CVOCompliance Verification Officer (Canada Border Services Agency)
CVOConstant Visual Observation (medicine)
CVOCertification Validating Office
CVOConjuga'ta Ve're Obstet'rica
CVOChristian and Carolyn Van Outersterp (fashion company; UK)
CVOCertified Volunteer Ombudsman
CVOCommunity Voices On-Line (organisation that provides web-based support for Local Involvement Networks)
CVOCanvas Vulcanized Oxford (shoe)
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Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory is home to a group of volcano scientists who use their knowledge to assist colleagues around the world in monitoring active volcanoes.
Terrence Gerlach, a retired volcanologist, formerly with the Cascades Volcano Observatory, part of the US Geological Survey in Vancouver, Wash, compiled the available estimates of CO2 emissions from all global volcanic activity on land and undersea and compared them with estimates for human emissions.
Pilots reported the plume rose to 16,000 to 20,000 feet in the air, scientists at the Cascades Volcano Observatory said.
Geological Survey's Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.
If Rainier erupts, lava or pyroclastic flow shouldn't reach far beyond the boundaries of Mount Rainier National Park, explains Willie Scott, head scientist at the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Washington.
Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory, looked at an existing procedure created by Schilling called LAHARZ, a geographical information system (GIS) method intended to map hazard zones for volcano-induced mudflows.
Continued dome growth, slowly working on rebuilding the volcano's summit, would be a logical scenario to look for," said John Pallister, a research geologist at the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.
Geological Survey hydrologist at the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.
The eruptions in 1937 and this intense period of unrest starting in 1971 made people worry that the next event could unzipper the ring fracture and lead to a caldera-forming eruption," says volcanologist Daniel Dzurisin of the USGS' Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.
We are moving toward a situation where we can get that magma out as a lava flow," said Jake Lowenstern, a California volcanologist detailed to the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash.