GCR

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AcronymDefinition
GCRGlobal Competition Review (website)
GCRGlobal Currency Reset
GCRGlobal Clinic Rating (healthcare clinic standard)
GCRGeological Conservation Review (UK)
GCRGreat Central Railway (UK)
GCRGlucocorticoid Receptor (molecular biology)
GCRGlobal Control Register
GCRGray Component Replacement
GCRGalactic Cosmic Rays
GCRGlobal Competitiveness Report
GCRGlobal Corruption Report
GCRGray Component Replacement (printing inks)
GCRGas Cost Recovery
GCRGeneral Cargo Rates (shipping)
GCRGMAN Car Reviews
GCRGraduate Common Room (Christ Church; UK)
GCRGeneral Competition Rules
GCRGas-Cooled Reactor
GCRGrand Canyon Railway
GCRGeometric Constraints and Reasoning (various schools)
GCRGroup Code Recording
GCRGroup Coded Recording
GCRGroupement des Concessionnaires Renault (French: Renault Dealers Grouping)
GCRGrand Calumet River
GCRGulf Coast Region
GCRGreater China Region
GCRGeneral Conformity Rule
GCRGeneral Counsel Roundtable (Corporate Executive Board)
GCRGood Conduct Ribbon (military award)
GCRGrand Circuit du Roussillon (French: Grand Tour of Roussillon; Roussillon, France)
GCRGeneral College Requirements (various locations)
GCRGas Cost Rate
GCRGraduate Council Representative (various schools)
GCRGeneralized Conjugate Residual
GCRGulf Coast Repository
GCRGroup Call Register
GCRGérald Construction Rénovation (French: Gerald Building Construction)
GCRGhost Cancelling Reference
GCRGestion Comptabilité Révision (French: Accounting Management Review)
GCRGibbons Creek Reservoir (College Station, TX)
GCRGruson Construction Rénovation (French: Gruson Building Construction)
GCRGeneralized Cambridge Ring (semiconductors)
GCRGalactic Cosmic Ray/Radiation
GCRGround Controlled Radar
GCRGood Charamel Records (record label)
GCRGreat Canadian Rebates (Canada)
GCRGeological Characterization Report
GCRGround Cover Ratio (photovoltaic system)
GCRGlobal Confidence Region
GCRGravity Condensate Return
GCRGlobal Call Register
GCRGregory C. Rigamer & Associates, Inc (New Orleans, LA)
GCRGodvicienne Carreleurs Réunis (French flooring company)
GCRGuaranteed Capacity Rate (air cargo industry)
GCRGateway for Cancer Research (Illinois)
GCRGreedy Column Re-Routing
GCRGripo Colaboradores de Revisión (Spanish)
GCRGuitar Center Radio
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Past, present and potential of fish assemblages in the Grand Calumet River and Indiana Harbor Canal drainage with emphasis on recovery of native fish communities.
Earth Tech is the general contractor of the sediment remediation project, which is divided into four elements: construction and operation of a 36-acre corrective action management unit (CAMU); hydraulic dredging of over 750,000 cu yd of sediment from a five-mile stretch of the river, including conveying and placing the sediment into the CAMU; design, construction, and operation of a project-specific water treatment plant and a chemically-assisted clarifier to treat the supernatant from the dredging activities; and return of the treated supernatant water to the Grand Calumet River through an existing U.
One example is the Grand Calumet River that flows through Gary and East Chicago, Indiana, before entering Lake Michigan.
The Grand Calumet River originates in the east end of Gary, Indiana, and flows through the heavily industrialized cities of Gary, East Chicago and Hammond.
During investigations of the Grand Calumet River during the summer of 2005, we found oriental weatherfish in the West Branch, East Branch, and the Indiana Harbor Canal.
Ovigerous females collected from the West Branch of the Grand Calumet River and from Illinois, Lake County, Dead River mouth in Illinois Beach State Park included females with 1st instar and ova with eyespots on the verge of eclosion (Table 1).
In addition, the white perch (Morone americana), striped bass (Morone saxatilis), and three-spine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus), all non-indigenous species, have extended their range into the Grand Calumet River, Little Calumet River, and Lake Michigan nearshore.
The Grand Calumet River has often been cited as one of the most polluted waterways of its type in the Midwest.
The Grand Calumet River lies in an area of great ecological diversity, a result of the convergence of three biomes during glaciation.
The Grand Calumet River came into existence about 2600 years ago as spits deflected the Little Calumet River eastwards upon closure of the Sag channel.
Of more than 1400 species that occurred historically in the northwestern Indiana, 19 species were identified as extirpated species; and only 653 species, including 1 extirpated, 17 endangered, 14 threatened, and 18 rare species were documented during the recent surveys in the Grand Calumet River wetlands.
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