ELASA

AcronymDefinition
ELASAEuropean Landscape Architecture Students Association
References in periodicals archive ?
After leading a successful campaign to recover Jerusalem and the temple, Judas fell in battle against an overwhelming Seleucid army at the Battle of Elasa in 160 B.C.
Finally, the values were measured by an ELASA reader (Multiskan Ascent, Finland) at 405 nm with Ascent software.
The competition is organised by Elasa Photography and the money raised will go to the Friends of Chernobyl's Children charity.