SAR

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AcronymDefinition
SARSpecific Absorption Rate (measure of the rate of absorption of RF energy in the body)
SARSearch And Rescue
SARSons of the American Revolution
SARStudent Aid Report
SARSynthetic Aperture Radar
SARSpecial Administrative Region
SARSaudi Arabian Riyal
SARSyrian Arab Republic
SARSuccessive Approximation Register
SARStructure-Activity Relationship
SARSchool for Advanced Research (Santa Fe, NM)
SARStaff Appraisal Report
SARSemi-Automatic Rifle (weapon)
SARSpecies-At-Risk
SARSodium Absorption Ratio
SARSystem Architecture
SARStock Appreciation Right
SARSchool Accountability Report
SARSite Assessment and Remediation (various locations)
SARSegmentation And Reassembly
SARSurvival and Resilience
SARSummary Annual Report
SARSarasota Springs (Amtrak station code; Sarasota Springs, NY)
SARSystemic Acquired Resistance
SARSemi-Annual Report
SARSupplied-Air Respirator (US OSHA)
SARSelf-Assessment Report
SARStop and Reverse (trading markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
SARSignificant Architectural Requirement
SARSpecific Absorption Rate
SARStore Archive
SARSecurity Assurance Requirements
SARSeasonal Allergic Rhinitis
SARSub-Acute Rehabilitation (medical care unit)
SARSecond Assessment Report
SARSome Assembly Required
SARSouth African Railways
SARSafety Analysis Report
SARSnow and Avalanche Research (Switzerland)
SARSouth African Republic
SARSan Antonio Rampage (hockey team)
SARStandards Assessment Report (education)
SARSchool of American Research (Santa Fe, NM, USA)
SARSon Altesse Royale
SARSelected Acquisition Report
SARShift Arithmetic Right
SARState Agency Representative
SARService Archive (JBoss Server)
SARSemi-Active Radar
SARSafety Assessment Report
SARServizio Agrometeorologico Regionale (Italian: Regional Meteorological Services)
SARSign-A-Rama (est. 1986)
SARSpecies-Area Relationship (ecology)
SARSouth Atlantic Review (est. 1935; Atlanta, GA)
SARSouth Australian Railways (South Australia, Australia)
SARShort Assault Rifle
SARSystem Archive
SARSoutheast Asia Region
SARSolicitors Accounts Rules
SARSpecial Access Required
SARSpecial Autonomous Region
SARService Authorization Request
SARStructural Activity Relationship (EPA)
SARSmall Arms Range
SARShareef Abdur-Rahim (basketball player)
SARSu Alteza Real (His/Her Royal Highness)
SARSvenska Arkitekters Riksförbund (Swedish: Swedish Architects Association; Stockholm, Sweden)
SARSpecial Access Requirement (US DoD)
SARSystem Access Request
SARSea Air Rescue
SARStudent-Athlete Reinstatement
SARSite Assessment Report
SARSituation Action Result
SARSecurity Assessment Report
SARSarikoli (linguistics)
SARStichting Architecten Research (Foundation for Architects' Research)
SARSingle Aliquot Regeneration
SARStable Auroral Red
SARShare Appreciation Right
SARSocietatea Academica Romana (Romanian)
SARSarcosinemia
SARSource Approval Request
SARSystem Address Register
SARSystem Activity Reporting
SARSua Altezza Reale (His/Her Royal Highness)
SARService Activity Report
SARSolution Assurance Review
SARSociété d'Astronomie de Rennes (French: Astronomical Society of Rennes; Rennes, France)
SARSan Andreas Reservoir (California)
SARStart Action Request
SARSatellite Access Request
SARScaffold Attached Region (molecular biology)
SARShift Amount Register
SARSouth Asian Religious News (est. 1981)
SARStandard Absorption Rate
SARShip Alteration Record
SARSuper Adventure Rockman (video game)
SARSide-looking Aperture Radar
SARStorage Address Register
SARSoftware Action Request
SARSummary Account Record
SARSouthern Alpine Recreation (New Zealand)
SARSingapore Armoured Regiment
SARSecurity Assistance Review
SARSystem Acquired Resistance
SARSysout Archival and Retrieval
SARSpecial Access Request
SARSoftware Architecture Review
SARSymmetrix Automated Replication
SARSulfuric Acid Recovery (hydrocarbon processing application)
SARSubsequent Applications Review
SARSurveillance Approach Radar
SARSingle Access Return
SARSubscriber Application Router
SARSignificant Activities Report
SARSalaire Annuel de Référence (French: Annual Salary of Reference)
SARSystem Anomaly Report
SARSimulated Acidic Rain
SARSpecial Action Report
SARSecurity Access Requirement (code)
SARSocial Assistance Recipient (Canada)
SARSquad Automatic Rifle
SARSalanter Akiba of Riverdale (Riverdale, New York)
SARSystème d'Accès au Réseau (French: Network Access System)
SARSchedule Add Request
SARSoftware Assurance Requirement
SARSystem Acquisition Report
SARSummary Analysis Report
SARStomach Acid Reflux
SARSOI Anomaly Reports
SARSubject Analysis and Retrieval
SARSoftware Answer Supervision
SARSodium Adsorption Ratio unit
SARSuppressor Area Ratio (jet engines)
SARShared Accommodation Rack
SARSystems Assurance Review
SARSite & Acceptance Review
SARShort Annular Ring
SARSystems Analysis Recording
SARSystem Archive Retrieval
SARSellability Analysis Report (Sprint)
SARSchedule and Requests
SARSub-Account Representative
SARScientific Absorption Rate
SARStock-Adjustment Request
SARSpecial Aeronautical Requirement
SARSite Access Restricted
SARService Aptitude Rating
SARSpecific Appropriation Request
SARStrategische Argumentatie en Research BV (Haarlem, Netherlands)
SARSignificant Action Report
SARSecurity Audit Reduction
SARSoftware Analysis Review (Telcordia)
SARSafety Appraisal Report
SARSample Assessment Report
SARSignaling Access Routers (Sprint)
SARSupply Activities Requirements
SARSituation Awareness Report
SARSupply Assistance Request
SARSupportive Academic Remediation
SARShip Alteration Request
SARSex Attitude Restructuring (course)
SARSupplies Account Representative
SARSecurity Assistance Request
SARSupport Air Request
SARSemi-Autonomous Robotics
SARSuspicious Activity Report(ing) (banks reporting suspicious transactions)
SARSubconscious Analysis and Reprogramming (psychology)
SARStoichiometric Air Requirement (gas combustion)
SARSoftware Anomaly Report
References in periodicals archive ?
The species-area relationship is often referred to as the closest thing to a rule in ecology (Lawton 1999, Franzen et al.
Although studies on the relationship between species richness and island area have been important to the development of many study areas of ecology, evolution, and conservation biology, understanding the species-area relationship generated from this study requires a closer look at its underlying processes.
Based on the power law of species-area relationship (SAR), the metabolic theory of ecology (MTE), and the middle domain effect hypothesis (MDE), Chi and Tang [60] tended to explore the determinant mechanisms of plant species distribution pattern of Taibai Mountain, but they failed to test Rapoport's elevational rule which is closely related to the elevational pattern of species richness [11].
Analysis of an evolutionary species-area relationship. Nature, 408:847-850.
In lieu of any direct way to measure the rate of species loss, conservationists have relied on reversing the so-called "species-area relationship," whereby scientists tally the number of species in a given area and then estimate how quickly more show up or evolve as viable habitat increases (or decreases in the case of reversing the concept).
London, May 19 (ANI): The most widely used method for estimating extinction rates, based on the species-area relationship (SAR), seems to be incorrect, after a new analysis found that these rates might have been overestimated by as much as 160 percent.
"Simple species-area relationship analyses also project the extinction of more than 100,000 species, a massive loss that will invalidate any commitment to biodiversity conservation," said the letter, signed by Jean Paul Metzger, the Instituto de Biociencias da Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP); Lewinsohn Thomas, Departamento de Biologia Animal da Universidade de Campinas (UNICAMP); Luciano Verdad and Luiz Antonio Martinelli, of the Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura (CENA), of USP; Ricardo Ribeiro Rodrigues, Departamento de Ciencias Biologicas, Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz (ESALQ), USP; and Carlos Alfredo Joly, of the Instituto de Biologia, UNICAMP.
In the same way it can be deduced that the decrease of species with latitude in the world's oceans cannot be due to the species-area relationship and, on the other hand, can be explained by the theory of the minimum temperature suggested by Birney and Monjeau (2003), as well as the continental pattern.
The constant z can be used to compare the species-area relationship of one region with another (Arrhenius 1921).
1989 `Interpretations and comparisons of constants in the species-area relationship: an additional caution' American Naturalist 133, 277-280
The statistics and biology of the species-area relationship. American Naturalist 113:791-833.