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PWSPerformance Work Statement
PWSPublic Water System
PWSPassword Stealer
PWSPersonal Web Server
PWSPublic Water Supply
PWSPrimary Weapons Systems (Boise, ID)
PWSPower Supply (Pirelli)
PWSPrader-Willi Syndrome
PWSPersonal Weather Station
PWSPrince William Sound (Alaska)
PWSPlaying with Sound (record label)
PWSPublic Warning System (civil defense; various locations)
PWSPort Wine Stain (birthmark)
PWSPrivate Water Supply
PWSPersonal Workstation
PWSProgrammable Workstation
PWSPortable Workstation
PWSPremium Wireless Services
PWSPico Web Server
PWSPeer Web Services
PWSPayments for Watershed Services (conservation program)
PWSPerson Who Stutters
PWSProfessional Wetland Scientist
PWSPotable Water System
PWSPriority Worldwide Services (logistics company)
PWSPeer Web Server
PWSProfessional Workstation (Computer)
PWSPublic Works Standards (various locations)
PWSPublic Water Source
PWSProximity Warning System
PWSPredictive Windshear
PWSPlanning Watershed
PWSPenrith Whitewater Stadium (Australia)
PWSPrivate Wire Service
PWSPeer Web Service
PWSPublic Weather Service
PWSPasadena Waldorf School (Altadena, CA)
PWSPurify Weird Soul (Valkyrie Profile PlayStation/PSPortable game)
PWSPower Windows & Siding, Inc (Brookhaven, PA)
PWSPlane Wave Spectrum
PWSPiecewise Sinusoidal
PWSPortable Work Station
PWSPersonal Work Station
PWSPacific Water Shrew (animal species)
PWSPostwurfsendung (Geman direct/bulk mail)
PWSPartner Web Site
PWSPart Winding Starting
PWSPalestine Wildlife Society
PWSProject Work Statement
PWSPlanning Workstation (Bellcore)
PWSProgrammer Work Station
PWSPricing Work Statement
PWSPerson with Stutter
PWSPetrified Wood Society
PWSParallel Working System
PWSPreliminary Work Statement
PWSPrivate Wire System
PWSProto-West Sudanic
PWSPhoenix Weapon System
PWSPsychological Warfare Society
PWSPredicted Wave Signaling
PWSPresent Water Sensor (US Department of Energy)
PWSPetersburg Workshop on Simulation
PWSPsychological Warfare Service
PWSProcess Water Sewer
PWSProgram Work Statement
PWSPrimary Working Standard
PWSPortable Welding Service (various locations)
PWSPhalanx Weapon System
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As a result, the company says, government scientists have mistakenly assumed "that large numbers of biologic and sediment samples from Prince William Sound contained remnants of Exxon Valdez crude when, in fact, they did not."
The bulk of the land surrounding Prince William Sound is part of the Chugach National Forest--the second-largest national forest in the country.
Their analysis included 51 oiled and six apparently unoiled otters who died in rehabilitation centers, five oiled sea otters found dead in the wild, and six apparently healthy otters from an unoiled region of Prince William Sound.
Today Prince William Sound looks a stunning landscape of mountainous fjords, blue-green waters and thickly forested islands.
"If we're looking at Prince William Sound and it's a Polar Tanker or Crowley, which owns a couple of the SeaRiver tankers, they're going lo have a plan for coming in and out of Prince William Sound that falls under the Alyeska SERVS [ship escort/response vessel system] plan," Melton says.
Many Americans first came to know of Prince William Sound through the Exxon Valdez oil spill of 1989 a catastrophe with lingering long-term effects, such the collapse of the once abundant herring population, a critical fish in the marine food chain.
Environmental scientists, US Forest Services personnel, tribal members, and representatives of tourism companies take Prince William Sound in south-central Alaska as a case study of an integrated approach to understanding and planning for human uses in a large, natural ecosystem.
existing within the zone from 24 to 200 nautical miles offshore in the waters of the prince william sound, cookinlet and kodiak island subarea plan region.
Operating in remote areas like Prince William Sound and the Kenai Peninsula, the Major Marine Tour team stays up and running using NCR Silver, processing payments even when offline, NCR added.
In which gulf of the Pacific Ocean is Prince William Sound? 10.
On March 24, 1989, the Exxon Valdez ran aground on Bligh Reef in Alaska's Prince William Sound and began leaking oil at a rate of 14,000 gallons per minute.
Yet local communities in the formerly pristine Prince William Sound are suffering.
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