NIRB


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AcronymDefinition
NIRBNunavut Impact Review Board (regulatory board; Canada)
NIRBNith Inshore Rescue Boat (UK)
NIRBNevada Institutional Review Board
NIRBNew in Retail Box (auction websites)
NIRBNear Infrared Background
NIRBNIMA-IMINT Review Board
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The study of Nickel Resistant Bacteria (NiRB) isolated from wastewaters polluted with different industrial sources.
When the NIRB first solicited public comment on Areva's proposal in 2009, a majority of respondents from Baker Lake indicated that they did not support Kiggavik.
The NWSRTA, which creates the Nunavut Water Board ("NWB") as a separate body from the NPC and NIRB to review and license water use and refuse dumping in the NSA, also potentially conflicts with Canada's federal regulations and permitting of mineral rights.
The NIRB recommended that the researcher consult with local outfitters and coordinate a schedule that would allow all trips to be run independently and ensure that the research trips did not disrupt the community's guided tours.
The NLCA contemplates that the substantive powers and duties of NIRB will be set out in statute as part of the implementation of the Agreement.
In fact, noninstitutional review boards (NIRBs) are usually set up as profit-making ventures.
The Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) is conducting a review of the French nuclear giant Areva Resources Inc.'s proposed Kiggavik uranium mine, which would open the territory to the nuclear industry.
Once this happens, it will be clearer: every project will go to the planning commission for review and then onto the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) if it conforms to the plan.
The NIRB will be the lead regulatory agency to review any uranium development submissions.
In 2008 AREVA submitted their Kiggavik proposal to the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB).