DREV

AcronymDefinition
DREVDuelist Revolution (gaming)
DREVDefence Research Establishment Valcartier (Canada)
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In Europe, crossing borders for health care may be regarded as the rule rather than an exception and a new generation of Europeans sees national frontiers as increasingly irrelevant (McKee & Belcher, 2008, p.124; Tscheulin & Drevs, 2007).
The scales are deeply embedded and do not overlap; the spines of ctenoid scales protrude to the skin surface (Ojaveer and Drevs 2003, p.
A survey instrument consisting of eight questions were taken from the literature (Allen, Drevs, & Ruhe, 1999; Kleinman, 2004; Robbins, 1998; Spector, 1997; Yukl, 1998).
The research material from the Baltic Sea was supplied by Aare Verliin, Imre Taal and Tenno Drevs, the Department of Fish Biology and Fisheries, the Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, and by fishermen from the trawler Kastna.
The available information on the size distribution and spatio-temporal pattern of flounder larvae and fry in the Northeastern Baltic (Kazanova, 1954; Grauman, 1981; Ojaveer & Drevs, 2003) suggests that the length distribution of smallest flounder caught in Luidja Bay in 1989, which was clearly separated from the rest of length groups, belonged to the age group 0.
The salinity in deeper layers in the Gulf of Finland is positively connected to flounder spawning stock abundance (Drevs, 1999, 2000).
Directed, written by Jan Hinrik Drevs, Rene Harder.
Investigated roughness parameters are defined according to the ISO/DIS 13565-2 (1994) standard on the curve of relative length carrying capacity, so called Abbott's curve (Drevs & Weniger, 1989).
Greg Drevs, senior sales consultant, distribution sector for IBM Retail Division, Raleigh NC., sees a beginning trend toward Web-architected WMS technology.
The research material from the Baltic Sea was caught by Aare Verliin, Imre Taal and Tenno Drevs, the Department of Fish Biology and Fisheries, the Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, and by fishermen from the trawler Kastna.