HS

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AcronymDefinition
HSHigh School
HSHuman Services
HSSignificant wave height
HSHome School
HSHeat Shock (cells)
HSHigh Speed
HSHead Start
HSHot Spot
HSHealth and Safety
HSHoly Spirit
HSHomestuck (webcomic)
HSHeadset
HSHomeland Security
HSHoward Stern (radio personality)
HSHomestuck
HSHaus (German: House)
HSHarmonized System
HSHome Study (adoptions)
HSHidradenitis Suppurativa (skin disease)
HSHarmony Search (computing)
HSHeat Sink (electronics)
HSHeat Shield
HSHigh Score
HSHigh Standard
HSHeadshot (gaming)
HSHope Solo (soccer player)
HSHinsdale South (Darien, IL)
HSHomer Simpson (The Simpsons)
HSHenschel (aircraft; Henschel Flugwerke AG; Germany)
HSHerpes Simplex (skin disease)
HSHazardous Substance
HSOuter Hebrides (postcode, United Kingdom)
HSHome Station
HSHot Sauce
HSHayfield Secondary (Alexandria, VA)
HSHuman Serum
HSHispano-Suiza (former car manufacturer)
HSHeparan Sulfate
HSHydrogen Sulfide
HSHorse Shoe
HSHassium (element 108)
HSHigher Secondary
HSHan Solo (Star Wars character)
HSHelicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1951 to present)
HSHumic Substance (natural organic matter)
HSHyperSpace (game)
HSHandshaking
HSHarmonious Sedan (Lexus)
HSHeat Source
HSHostServ (IRC)
HSHelpServ (IRC)
HSHead Shot (gaming)
HSHors Service (French: Out of Service)
HSHamstrings
HSHermetically Sealed
HSHelter Skelter (Beatles song)
HSHamilton Sundstrand (company)
HSHot Standby (server connectivity)
HSHalf Step (Gunz the Duel video game)
HSHereditary Spherocytosis
HSHyperStudio (multimedia authoring software)
HSHeart Sounds
HSHand-Shake
HSHour of Sleep
HSHollywood Squares (TV game show)
HSHalf-Strength
HSHomo Sapien
HSHead & Shoulders (shampoo)
HSHollands Spoor (railway station; The Hague, Netherlands)
HSHebrew Scriptures (Old Testament)
HSHockey Skates
HSHighway Service (Canada Post)
HSHand Stamp (philately; a cancel mark)
HSHeat Sensor
HSHealth Services Technician
HSHeel Strike (ergonomics)
HSHannah Spearritt (musician)
HSHabitat Suitability (biology)
HSHorn Strobe (fire alarms)
HSHorizontal Scale
HSHand Switch (industrial control description)
HSHemorrhagic Septicemia (pasteurellosis)
HSHora Somni (Latin: At Bedtime or Just Before Sleep)
HSHeadquarters and Service
HSHelioseismology
HSHeadline Sports (television)
HSHypothetical Syllogism
HSHeadphones Stereo (Sony Walkman)
HSHouse Surgeon
HSHard Severe (rock climbing grade)
HSHarmonized Standard
HSHistiocyte Society
HSHypnotherapy Society
HSHollywood Scriptwriter (magazine)
HSHair Spring
HSHernial Sac
HSHic Situs (Latin: Here Is Laid)
HSHaemophilia Society (UK)
HSHorizon Sensor (aviation)
HSHarlem Shake (dance)
HSHeart Sense (game; University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
HSHorizontal Slope
HSHrvatski Samokres (Croatian pistol brand)
HSHardness Surveillance
HSHydrofoil Ship
HSHalf Subtractor
HSHarmonic Sampling (communication systems)
HSHawaiian Star (newspaper)
HSHamish Sinclair
HSHartford & Slocomb Railroad Company
HSHydraulic Fluid, Starboard, Ship Service
HSHighseekers (gaming clan)
HSHe-3 Storage (helium)
HSHippocampus Sclerosis (neuropathology) Hippocampus Sclerosis (neuropathology)
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This framework is intended to deliver data which will significantly improve the evidence base of habitat suitability for GCN across England.
2011), a diverse array of habitat suitability and oyster population models have been developed to support restoration and management goals (Soniat & Brody 1988, Powell et al.
The trust's chief scientific specialist, Dr Paul O'Donoghue, said: "The UK can support a population of up to 400 lynx, that is based on habitat suitability studies.
Jenks Natural Breaks provides a division of habitat suitability according to natural grouping of values from the logistic output of the model, which although not absolute, does provide additional information about the habitats classified as suitable.
The purpose of this study was to: (1) determine if any of the 11 bat species known to inhabit North Dakota in the summer are also resident in the state during the winter hibernation and pre-hibernation period; (2) assess the characteristics of any identified hibernacula to potentially determine habitat preferences; and (3) develop a habitat suitability model in GIS using the program MaxEnt to depict areas of high versus low suitability for hibernacula.
The outcome of the model is quantification of habitat suitability for the species as a function of the input variables (Phillips & Dudik 2008).
Our objective was to evaluate white-tailed deer habitat suitability within a landscape dominated by wetland vegetation types used by deer during the 2011 and 2012 growing seasons to help inform deer and water bird habitat management decision making.
Habitat suitability models (HSMs) use environmental variables to predict presence or abundance of a given species in any area of interest, acting as a mathematical tool to depict the multidimensional niche of a species sensu Hutchinson (1957).
In this context, strengthening the nexus between the knowledge of a species' ecology and the decision making process for its control includes developing models of habitat suitability.
We assessed overall habitat suitability using geographical data, field surveys, and information contained within previous studies.