CINS

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CINSCard Insertion
CINSCUSIP International Numbering System
CINSChild in Need of Services
CINSCanada India Network Society (professional network)
CINSChild in Need of Supervision
CINSCommunications, Intelligence and Networking Systems (US DoD)
CINSCumberland Island National Seashore (wildlife preservation)
CINSCatastrophic Incident of National Significance
CINSCommon Interface Standard
CINSCooperationne Italiana Nord-Sud (French)
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Emily Jones, NPCA's Southeast director, quoted in the Savannah Morning News about the proposal to build a commercial spaceport less than 70 miles away from Cumberland Island National Seashore. According to a report by the Federal Aviation Administration, portions of the park would have to be evacuated more than a dozen times a year to accommodate launches and testing.
(7.) Hillestad HO, Bozeman JR, Johnson AS, Berisford CW and Richardson JI: The Ecology of the Cumberland Island National Seashore, Camden Co., Georgia.
Cumberland Island National Seashore (CUIS), a unit managed by the NPS, is a prime example of an area facing the invasive species infestation issue.
A virtual field trip to Cumberland Island National Seashore, St.
Researchers at USF and the state's department of agriculture have now confirmed major regions of sick Sabals on the Atlantic Coast near Jacksonville, Ormond Beach, and even as far north as the Cumberland Island National Seashore in southern Georgia.
CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE in Georgia hadn't fully recovered from last year's Hurricane Matthew when Irma blew through the park in September.
Cumberland Island National Seashore was established in 1972 and the island is the southernmost and largest (9,416 ha and approximately 28.2 km long by 4.8 km wide) of Georgia's barrier islands.
This year members can select a week of canoeing and hiking in Georgia's remote Okefenokee Swamp, Suwannee River, and Cumberland Island National Seashore. Guides lead participants through undisturbed surroundings, point out wildlife, and explain wetland ecology.
The superintendents at the parks--Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pennsylvania, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in Indiana, Cape Lookout National Seashore in North Carolina, and Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia--issued the bans through their discretionary authority.
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