HMA

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AcronymDefinition
HMAHot Mix Asphalt
HMAHealth Management Associates
HMAHide My Ass (Internet encryption company)
HMAHumanitarian Mine Action (US DoD)
HMAHindu Marriage Act
HMAHeteroduplex Mobility Assay
HMAHeads of Medicines Agencies (EU)
HMAHousing Market Analysis
HMAHigh Memory Area
HMAHub Management Architecture
HMAHuman Machine Adaptation
HMAHyundai Motor America
HMAHashing for Message Authentication
HMAHigh Museum of Art (Atlanta, GA)
HMAHerd Management Area
HMAHabitat Management Area (various locations)
HMAHawaii Medical Association
HMAHeterogeneous Missions Accessibility (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security; space)
HMAHouse Music Awards
HMAHillsong Music Australia (Hillsong Church)
HMAHarvard Musical Association (Boston, MA)
HMAHarbor Medical Associates (Massachusetts)
HMAHitachi Metals America (Purchase, NY)
HMAHardwood Manufacturers Association
HMAHalloween Mask Association (resource)
HMAHardware Maintenance Agreement (technology contract)
HMAHazardoud Material Awareness (Wyoming)
HMAHaffenreffer Museum of Anthropology (Brown University; Providence, RI)
HMAHargrave Military Academy (Chatham, Virginia)
HMAHellenic Management Association (Greece)
HMAHealth Matching Account (National Prosperity Health Matching Services, Inc.)
HMAHawaiian Mission Academy (Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
HMAHotel Management Agreement
HMAHispanic Male Adult
HMAMalmo, Sweden - Malmo Harbour (Airport Code)
HMAHazardous Materials Accident
HMAHotel Managers Association
HMAHer Majesty's Advocate (UK)
HMAMarine Attack Helicopter
HMAHonolulu Marathon Association (Honolulu, HI)
HMAHealth Medical Associates
HMAHunterdon Museum of Art (Clinton, NJ)
HMAHigh-Molecular Aramid (chemistry)
HMAHearst Museum of Anthropology
HMAHalf Moon Antenna
HMAHull-Mounted Array
HMAHydro-Mechanical Metering Assembly (turbine engine component)
HMAHistory of Medicine Associates (Arkansas)
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FOAL supports the preservation of wildlife migration routes, especially when allowing pronghorn to migrate through the wild horse herd management area, which extends the grazing resources for those animals who cannot migrate, said FOAL Executive Director Marion Morrison.
Research is being conducted at the scale of both the individual and population levels and is in coordination with the United States Geological Survey Fort Collins Science Center and Colorado State University within the Conger Herd Management Area.
The Red Desert Complex, which includes the Antelope Hills, Crooks Mountain, Green Mountain, Lost Creek and Stewart Creek herd management areas, is located in Sweetwater, Carbon, Fremont and Natrona counties west and south of Wyoming Highway 287.
Wild horses that stray from the established Herd Management Area need to be removed to reduce conflicts with other resources and private land under the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act.
The Appropriate Management Level (AML) for the Antelope Valley Herd Management Area where the Boone Spring area is located, is 155-259 adult wild horses.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Delta Wild Horse and Burro Facility open house adoption featuring wild horses recently gathered from the Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area (HMA) was a deemed a success.
The Bureau of Land Management and Friends of the Mustangs are hosting a tour and barbeque May 6 to celebrate the wild horses of the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area southwest of Meeker.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) currently maintains a herd of around 33,000 wild horses and burros in 199 herd management areas.
Eighteen saddle-trained wild horses from herd management areas on BLM-administered public lands will be offered for adoption.
The Bureau of Land Management today released its decision to gather and remove wild horses within the Great Divide Basin, Salt Wells Creek, and Adobe Town herd management areas.
Three former wild horses and one burro from herd management areas located on BLM-administered public lands in Nevada were trained for approximately four months by inmate trainers in the NNCC program and offered during a competitive-bid adoption.
Fifteen former wild horses and one burro, from herd management areas located on BLM-administered public lands in Nevada, California and Oregon, were trained for approximately four months by inmate trainers in the NNCC program and offered during a competitive-bid adoption.