NWPS

AcronymDefinition
NWPSNational Wilderness Preservation System
NWPSNorthwest Wildlife Preservation Society (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
NWPSNorth Wales Police Service
NWPSNational Waste Production Survey (UK)
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The combination with TMA further positions NWPS as a national independent recordkeeper and administrator of 401(k) and retirement plans, serving clients of all sizes across the country.
As an operational system, coupling numerical weather predictions (NWP) with a hydrological model at catchment scale is a straightforward strategy to provide reservoir inflow forecasts with enough lead time.
Army Corps of Engineers' nationwide permit (NWP) program which streamlines CWA permitting for projects with minimal environmental impacts.
NWPs 3 and 12, on the other hand, allow regional Corps administrators to require preconstructron notices (PCNs) before any work is done.
While increased "destination" traffic to a particular point/community and back is occurring as ice conditions change, "transit" of the NWP from one end to the other without stopping is a wholly different matter.
When asked specifically about seven separate areas of satisfaction, respondents from North East law firms scored NWPS highest in all categories, with an average score of 4.7 out of a possible 5.
Precisely, the NWP models are invaluable tools for wind forecasting.
The Wilderness Act designated 9.1 million acres of wilderness, and in the years since then, Congress has expanded the NWPS to more than 107 million acres.
A list of the top 20 career NWPs (minimum 200 wins since 1900) follows.
General permits are streamlined permits that are issued nationwide (NWPs) or regionally (RGPs) for activities that have only minimal individual and cumulative impacts.