GAP

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GAPGuaranteed Asset Protection
GAPGap Analysis Program
GAPGuaranteed Auto Protection (insurance)
GAPGovernment Accountability Project
GAPGood Agricultural Practice
GAPGeometry and Physics (conference)
GAPGraduate and Professional (various organizations)
GAPGovernment Action Plan (Australia)
GAPGroups and Permissions
GAPGarmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany)
GAPGTPase Activating Protein (biology, biochemistry)
GAPGlobal Action Plan
GAPGreat Allegheny Passage (biking and hiking trail)
GAPGreat American Products (est. 1971)
GAPGender Action Plan (various organizations)
GAPGraphic and Product Design (Germany)
GAPGenocide Awareness Project (abortion)
GAPGeorgia Power
GAPGlobal Asset Protection (various businesses)
GAPGenerally Accepted Practices (various organizations)
GAPGeneric Access Profile (Bluetooth, DECT)
GAPGallium Phosphide
GAPGreater Asia Pacific (health and beauty products)
GAPGolden Age Pass (various locations)
GAPGlobal Alliance Partners (various locations)
GAPGreyhounds as Pets (various locations)
GAPGemeinsame Agrarpolitik (German: Common Agricultural Policy / European Commission, aka: CAP)
GAPGoogle Adwords Professional (certification)
GAPGrand Army Plaza (New York)
GAPGlobal Atmospheric Pollution (forum)
GAPGrowth Associated Protein (biochemistry, neuroscience)
GAPGlobal AIDS Program
GAPGreat Ape Project (Seattle, WA)
GAPGroups, Algorithms and Programming (mathematical software related to Computational Group Theory)
GAPGrant Awards Program (various organizations)
GAPGlobal Access Project
GAPGeneric Access Parameter
GAPGeneric Access Profile
GAPGroups Algorithms and Programming
GAPGimp Animation Package
GAPGeographic Application of Persistence
GAPGoogle Advertising Professional
GAPGroup Advising Program
GAPGateway Access Protocol
GAPGateway Aggregation Protocol
GAPGeneral Accounting Package
GAPGms Access Protocol
GAPGraduate Application Process
GAPGamer Advisory Panel
GAPGlock Automatic Pistol
GAPGolf Association of Philadelphia
GAPGay And Proud
GAPIntegrated Taxonomic Information System
GAPGeneral Atlantic Partners
GAPGerman-American Partnership
GAPGroup for the Advancement of Psychiatry
GAPGeography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (various locations)
GAPGod Answers Prayer
GAPGeneric Address Parameter
GAPGraffiti Abatement Program (various locations)
GAPGuaranteed Admission Program (various schools)
GAPGreater Angkor Project (Cambodia)
GAPGuggenheim Aviation Partners (Seattle, WA)
GAPGeneral Academic Pediatrics (various locations)
GAPGroup for Alternative Policies
GAPGuaranteed Access Plan
GAPGesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie
GAPGeneral Aviation Propulsion
GAPGirls Advocacy Project
GAPGlycidyl Azide Polymer
GAPGod Always Provides
GAPGerman Auto Parts, Inc. (est. 1970)
GAPGlyceraldehyde-Phosphate
GAPGuyana Action Party
GAPGenre, Audience and Purpose (writing)
GAPGroupes Autonomes de Production (French: Autonomous Production Groups)
GAPGüneydogu Anadolu Projesi (Southeastern Anatolian Project)
GAPGuided Assessment Process (various locations)
GAPGrizzly Adams Productions
GAPGeneric Access Protocol
GAPGroup of Applied Physics (Geneva University; Switzerland)
GAPGrowth and Puberty Study (Chronic Disease Epidemiology Group; US NIH)
GAPProletarian Action Group (Martinique)
GAPGlobal Aging Program (AARP)
GAPGlasgow Autonomous Project (UK)
GAPGallium Phosphate
GAPGlobal Abundance Program
GAPCommission on Government Accountability to the People (Florida)
GAPGraduate Approved Program (various schools)
GAPGraduate Assistance Program
GAPGeneral Assembly Program
GAPGlobal Academic Partnership
GAPGenerateur Automatique de Programmes (French: Report Program Generator)
GAPGateway Access Protocol (Xerox)
GAPGood Analytical Practice
GAPGate Assignment Problem (aviation)
GAPGerzat Aéromodélisme Passion (French model airplane club; Gerzat, France)
GAPGraffiti Art Programming (Canada)
GAPGuildford Archiving Project (LSHTM)
GAPGovernment Accountability Program
GAPGeographical Address Parity
GAPGully Assessment Procedure
GAPGarantie d'Actif et de Passif (French)
GAPGreek American Princess
GAPGonfaron Auto-Passion (French automobile club; Gonfaron, France)
GAPGel Analysis Program
GAPGroupement des Assurances de Personnes (French: Group Life and Health Insurance)
GAPGrowers Action Planner (Australia)
GAPGanga River Action Plan
GAPGeneral Accounting Procedure
GAPGuidance Application Program
GAPGironde Auto Pièces (French automobile parts company)
GAPGeneralized Availability Program (satellite communications availability calculation tool)
GAPGeophysical Abstracts In Press
GAPGlobal Asset Positioning
GAPGridded Airfield Photograph
GAPGuideline Appraisal Project
GAPGun-Fired Antitank Projectile
GAPGirls Adventure Program
GAPGlobal Analysis Point
GAPGeneral Area Plot
GAPGeneral Ambulatory Practice (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry)
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2009): 479-80; Dan Penny , 'Vegetation and land-use at Angkor, Cambodia', Antiquity, 80 (2006): 599-614; Greater Angkor Project, 'Redefining Angkor', Udaya, 4 (2003): 107-25; Charles Ortloff; Water and engineering in the ancient world (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp.
Over the past decade or so, the EFEO and the Greater Angkor Project (GAP)--a collaboration between the University of Sydney, APSARA, the Cambodian government agency that manages Angkor, and the EFEO in Siem Reap--have been surveying Angkor (Figure 2).
Thanks also to the many University of Sydney members of the Greater Angkor Project and the international volunteers who have worked with the project.
As corresponding author my particular thanks to Dan Penny, Mike Barbetti and Christophe Pottier of EFEO, and Ros Borath, the director of the Department of Monuments and Archaeology, who are the current co-directors of the Greater Angkor Project; and to Damian Evans and Dougald O'Reilly the current deputy directors.
Recent discoveries made by the Australian-led Greater Angkor Project reveal that a combination of bad engineering and geological uplift of the area's riverbeds centuries ago may have hindered the functioning of Angkor's engineered water system and left the city vulnerable to food shortages.
'The large temples are what we would call a "Central Business District", akin to the City of London', explains Professor Fletcher, who runs from Sydney, with the Ecole d'Extreme Orient in France and the staff of APSARA, Cambodia's onsite management team at Angkor, the aptly named Greater Angkor Project. Sprawling and sparsely populated, as opposed to small and densely packed like Imperial Rome, Angkor has changed how archaeologists think of pre-industrial cities.
This research was made possible by the generous financial assistance provided by the Australian Research Council (grants DP0211012 and DP0558130), the Greater Angkor Project under the direction of Roland Fletcher, the Carlyle Greenwell Bequest and the Iain Cameron Travel Grant.
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