IRMIS

AcronymDefinition
IRMISIntegrated Relational Model of Installed Systems (scientific database software)
IRMISIntegrated Resource Management Information System (Dept of the Army)
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The spot where the fossil was found remains within Grand Staircase-Escalante boundaries, though areas that are now outside the boundaries also have fossil potential, Irmis said.
The potential negative effect of "inconsistent" fossils could be greater with fewer calibration points, although the validity of the method proposed by Near & colleagues (Near & Sanderson, 2004; Near et al., 2005) has been questioned (Marshall, 2008; Parham & Irmis, 2008).
So dinosaurs and their close relatives may have originated in Gondwana before spreading to other parts of the world, says Irmis.
Irmis added: "At least three times in the evolution of dinosaurs and their closest relatives, meat-eating animals evolved into animals with diets that included plants.
However, tries for Darian Uys and Irmis Kukulfkis after a sliced kick from Gareth Davis gave Peterborough the lead at the break.
Rayment GE, Higginson FR (1992) 'Australian laboratory handbook of soil and water chemical methods.' (Inkata Press: Melbourne, Vic.) Reuss JO, Irmis GS (1977) A grassland nitrogen flow simulation model.
The participants also welcomed the strengthening of IAEA EPR tools including the Unified System for Information Exchange in Incidents and Emergencies (USIE), International Radiation Monitoring Information System (IRMIS) and the Emergency Preparedness and Response Information Management System (EPRIMS).
"With at least 75 percent of its bones preserved, this is the most complete skeleton of a tyrannosaur ever discovered in the southwestern U.S.," Randall Irmis, curator of paleontology at the Natural History Museum of Utah, where the specimen is being studied, said in the university statement.
The potential negative effect of "inconsistent" fossils could be greater with fewer calibration points, although the validity of the method proposed by Near and colleagues (Near and Sanderson, 2004; Near et al., 2005) has been questioned (Marshall, 2008; Parham and Irmis, 2008).
In the Jurassic the tracks of non--dinosaurian reptiles are scarcely documented and tracks generically attributable to lizard-like reptiles are reported only in the Lower Jurassic of the United States (Irmis, 2005; Lockley, 1991; Olsen and Rainforth, 2003; Rainforth, 1997).