SMRU

AcronymDefinition
SMRUSea Mammal Research Unit (University of St. Andrews; St. Andrews, UK)
SMRUShoklo Malaria Research Unit (Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit; Mahidol University; Bangkok, Thailand)
SMRUSociety for Male Reproduction and Urology (Birmingham, AL)
SMRUSecond Most Recently Used
SMRUSurplus Materials Retention Unit (Storage Room) :-)
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What the SMRU needed was long-term monitoring from the ground, a study that could compare crippled populations in the east of Scotland with the strong populations in the west.
According to 2015 study by the SMRU, toxin levels were found to be significantly higher at sites of seal decline.
Funded by the university, the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Siemens Mobile, the project is the latest in a series of leading-edge research techniques developed by SMRU which have delivered important new information, not only about the seals themselves, but also their wider interaction with the marine environment.
SMRU Consulting of Friday Harbor, Washington will develop a cost-effective, reliable network of easily-deployed coastal buoys to monitor North Atlantic Right Whales.
Minerals Management Service, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), and the U.S.
The University~s Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) is coordinating the project and the surveys.
Contract Notice: In 2016, SMRU will require to carry out harbour seal surveys in Orkney, along the north coast of Scotland, in the Western Isles, and possibly along parts of the Moray Firth coast.
Contract notice: SMRU Ships for Surveys of Cetaceans During 2016 as part of the SCANS-III project.
Contract Award Notice: The Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) of the University of St Andrews requires a Multi-Sensor Camera System for use in helicopter-based aerial surveys of harbour and grey seals.
Contract notice: Smru multi-sensor camera system for use in helicopter-based aerial seal surveys.
Contract Notice: The Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU) of the University of St Andrews requires a Multi-Sensor Camera System for use in helicopter-based aerial surveys of harbour and grey seals.
Contract Notice: In 2015, SMRU will require to carry out harbour seal surveys in south-west, south-east Scotland and in Shetland.