PPWS

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AcronymDefinition
PPWSPathology Physiology and Weed Science
PPWSPoints per Weighted Shot (baskteball statistical equation)
PPWSPhnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary (est. 1993; Cambodia)
PPWSPublic and Private Water Supply (environmental conservation; Oklahoma)
PPWSPercentage of Preferred Walking Speed (ophthalmology)
PPWSPikes Peak Watercolor Society (Colorado Springs, CO)
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Pen Pheaktra, the chief of the Srepok wildlife sanctuary, and Han Sokhon, the chief of Phnom Prich wildlife sanctuary, were also quizzed.
This project will ensure that the biodiversity corridor connecting the core zones of Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary and Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary is maintained, by improving the livelihoods of vulnerable forest communities through sustainable and forest-friendly agricultural practices and by achieving legal protection of biodiversity corridors at national and provincial levels.
We estimated large ungulate densities in the core areas of two adjacent protected areas in eastern Cambodia: Mondulkiri Protected Forest (MPF; 3,500 [km.sup.2] approximately centered on 12.08[degrees]N, 106.05[degrees]E) and Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary (PPWS; 2,700 [km.sup.2] approximately centered on 12.40[degrees]N, 107.00[degrees]E; Fig.
Topics include a choice experiment of human-elephant conflict resolution in Sri Lanka, fishing permit price and wetland conservation at Ethiopia's Lake Awassa, estimating the non-market environmental benefits of land use change in China, the ecosystem service valuation of ruil forests in central Chile, informing efficient solid waste management to improve local environmental quality and public health in West Bengal, valuing preferences for ecotourism in the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary in Cambodia, investigating preferences for cattle traits in Kenya, and rural consumer preferences for banana attributes in Uganda.
This move was triggered after a UK-based Environmental Investigation Agency released a report dated May 31, unveiling the discovery of large-scale illegal logging activities in three different sites - Voray Chey National Park, Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary and the northern part of the Lower Sesan II Dam.
Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers 2,225sq km of forest, was designated as a protected area by royal decree in 1993.