NPWS

AcronymDefinition
NPWSNational Parks and Wildlife Service (Australia)
NPWSNobel Prize Women in Science: Their Lives, Struggles, and Momentous Discoveries (Sharon Bertsch McGrayne book)
NPWSNational Plan for Water Security (Australia)
NPWSNorthern Plains Watercolor Society (Rapid City, SD)
NPWSNon-Potable Water System (sanitation)
NPWSNational Public Weather Services (Kenya)
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A statewide community wildlife postal survey in 2006 organised by NPWS research scientist Dan Lunney (Lunney et al.
It is important to note that the tests were done on tissue fragments of both AD and PT, as well as on NPWs, which cannot distinguish the exact niche where these microbial genomic DNA were found.
The industry HHI is calculated by the sum of the squares of the percentages of net premium written (NPW) across all firms (i=1 to n) operating in the U.S.
For over 10 years, NPWS has designed, developed, and optimized websites for organizations large and small, local and national.
For one thing, the NPWS is also an enduring statement of trust in the usefulness of government, and especially the national government.
(60.) Kelloggs Employment Officer to Mr Thompson, NPWS and GR Trust, 19 August 1982, National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) Archives, Georges River Trust SR, file 109/49.
Since approximately 2007 the CLC and the Northern Land Council (NLC) have also been working closely with the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) in developing a range of policies and guidelines for the joint management with traditional owners of the Territory's national parks.
The push towards Aboriginal-designated positions related to 'Aboriginal cultural heritage', particularly in the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), saw many Aboriginal people in NSW gain increased (if not in some cases their first) access to cultural heritage sites around the state.
Research permission was granted by the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS License No.
Six officers from the NPWS, three Gardai and a member of the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals took part in the pre-Christmas raid on the morning of December 9.
George Caley may not be a household name but in November 2004, Mount Tomah Botanic Garden (MTBG) and National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) planned for that to change.
I would like to thank Andy Sharp, University of Queensland/NSW NPWS; Suzy Barlow, Western Plains Zoo; and Steven Lapidge, University of Sydney, for their guidance, encouragement, and willingness to share their knowledge and experience with a rock wallaby enthusiast from across the ocean.