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IgAImmunoglobulin A (antibody)
IgAIntergovernmental Agreement
IgAIndependent Glass Association
IgAInteractive Gambling Act (est. 2001)
IgAInternational Glaucoma Association
IgAInternational Geothermal Association
IgAInternational Goat Association (Little Rock, Arkansas)
IgAIndiana Golf Association
IgAIncome Generating Activity
IgAInagua, Bahamas (Airport Code)
IgAIndependent Grocers Alliance
IgAInvestigator's Global Assessment
IgAInterested Government Agency
IgAIntergranular Attack
IgAIndependent Grocers Association
IgAInside Global Address (computing)
IgAInstitute of Group Analysis
IgAInspector General Act of 1978
IgAIn-Game Advertisement
IgAIndependent Grocers of Australia (Australia)
IgAInternational Island Games Association
IgAInner Gimbal Angle (US NASA)
IgAIdaho Golf Association
IgAInteractive Genetic Algorithm (interactive evolutionary computation)
IgAIllicit Gains Authority (legal entity, Egypt)
IgAInternational Gay Association (now International Lesbian and Gay Association)
IgAIntegrated Graphics Array
IgAImproved Gaussian Approximation
IgAIllumina Genome Analyzer (genomics)
IgAIndonesian Gas Association (Jakarta, Indonesia)
IgAInstituto Guatemalteco Américano (Spanish: Guatemalan American Institute)
IgAInstitute for Gulf Affairs
IgAInternational Governmental Agreement
IgAIndependent General Agent (insurance)
IgAIntegrating Gyro Accelerometer
IgAInterleaver Growth Algorithm
IgAInhaled Gas Analyzer
IgAInternational Graduate Achievement
IgAInhomogeneous Green's Function Approach
IgAInternational Growers Association
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According to the International Geothermal Association, Costa Rica is the seventh most productive country of the 25 that produce geothermal electricity in the world today.
* Support RGC and GAR membership in the Geothermal Resources Council, the International Geothermal Association (IGA) and the Geothermal Energy Association in order to receive membership rosters, newsletters, and other publications, including lists and descriptions of private sector suppliers of geothermal-related goods and services.
* Geothermal energy and planning: a conference being staged on January 29 and 30 in Pomarance, Italy, by the Tuscany region under the patronage notably of the Ministry for the Environment and Planning, the United Nations Environment Programme and the International Energy Agency, in association with the International Geothermal Association. For further information, see: www.rete.toscana.it/sett/pta/energia/geotermia2004/
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