GDDS

AcronymDefinition
GDDSGoddess
GDDSGemini Deep Deep Survey (astronomy)
GDDSGeneral Data Dissemination Standard (est. 1997)
GDDSGeneral Data Dissemination System Site (International Monetary Fund)
GDDSGeneral Dynamics Decision Systems
GDDSGeneral Dynamics Defense System
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Southwest Michigan has, on average, 30% more GDDs than the Northwest, which translates to a growing season that is traditionally two weeks longer than in northwest Michigan.
In Vivo Measurement of the GDDS and PXLNET Residence Times in a Large White Pig Model.
Changes in the duration of a growing season can be quantified by growing degree-days (GDD), which measures heat accumulation based on daily air temperature.
requirements of the IMF and GDDS. This has led to the UAE's top ranking for
Crop sown under CT accumulated more (2038 GDDs) than ZT (2019 GDDs).
(2) Translimbal drainage implants, or anterior GDDs, were implanted with the intention of preventing filtration failure by maintaining patency of a drainage fistula or sclerostomy.
Bosnia and Herzegovina marked a major step in the process of developing its national statistical system by participating in the International Monetary Fund's (IMF's) General Data Dissemination System (GDDS)."Adopting the IMF's GDDS as a framework for developing the national statistical system shows our commitment to implementing international best practice, and will help us produce and disseminate more reliable and timely statistics," commented Mr.
Since that time, various GDDs have been utilized for intraocular pressure control in these children, including Baerveldt, Molteno, and Ahmed devices.
Daily growing degree days (GDDs) (degC days) were calculated as under:
All the statistics are compiled and disseminated according to international standards and comply with the requirements of General Data Dissemination System (GDDS) and Special Data Dissemination Standards (SDDS), he added.
Summary: Libya has begun participating in the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) General Data Dissemination System (GDDS) on December 7, 2009 marking a major step forward in the development of its statistical system.