IWRA

AcronymDefinition
IWRAInternational Water Resources Association
IWRAInternational Wild Rice Association
IWRAInternational Wildlife Refuge Alliance (est. 2006)
IWRAInventory of Work-Relevant Abilities (ACT, Inc.)
IWRAInstant Wealth Resource Awareness (internet forum)
IWRAInternational Water Rocket Association
IWRAInternet Website Rating Administration
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With a call for abstracts, IWRA seeks a variety of smart water management projects from around the world, of all scales, that are using information and communication technology (ICT) to create innovative solutions to water management challenges including droughts, floods, irrigation, water quality, water quantity, wastewater recycling and much more.
In each of the studies, the self-estimates were obtained via an early edition of IWRA.
As reported by ACT (2001), Grade 12 students in two samples (Ns = 1,049 and 1,503) provided self-estimates for all 15 IWRA abilities.
With respect to IWRA, scores on Holland's (1997) six types are linked to career options via the empirically based World-of-Work Map (WWM), an extension of Holland's hexagon.
World Advertising Expenditures (1986) (20th Ed.), Starch IWRA Hooper Inc., Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Abu-Zeid is Former Minister of Water Resources & Irrigation of Egypt (1997-2009), Former President of Arab Water Council, and Former President of International Water Resources Association (IWRA).
Dr Abu-Zeid, a former minister of water resources and irrigation in Egypt, is also a member of the UN Advisory Board on Water Supply and Sanitation and former president of International Water Resources Association (IWRA).