SBA

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AcronymDefinition
SBASmall Business Administration
SBASebring (Amtrak station code; Sebring, FL)
SBASchool of Business Administration
SBASusan B. Anthony (social reformer; appears on US dollar coin)
SBASmall Business Association (various locations)
SBAStudent Bar Association
SBASenior Business Analyst
SBASmall Business Accounting
SBAState Board of Administration
SBASmall Business Advocate (various organizations)
SBASanta Barbara Airlines (Santa Barbara, CA)
SBASealed Bid Auction
SBASkills-Based Approach (training)
SBASociedade Brasileira de Anestesiologia (Brazilian Society of Anesthesiologists)
SBASegment Base Address
SBASet Buffer Address
SBASide Band Addressing
SBASystem Backup Administrator
SBAServer Based Application
SBAServer Based Architecture
SBASubtract Accumulators
SBASecure Basic Authority
SBASurvivable Branch Appliance (various companies)
SBAStand-By Arrangement (International Monetary Fund)
SBASustainable Business Alliance (Berkeley, CA)
SBAState Budget Agency (Indiana)
SBASpace-Based Architecture (computing)
SBASchool Based Assessment
SBASwiss Bankers Association
SBASimulation Based Acquisition
SBASet-Based Analysis
SBASmall Business Answers (Program, Australian government)
SBASocial and Behavioral Analysis (various schools)
SBASwedish Board of Agriculture
SBASkilled Birth Attendant (maternal health)
SBASovereign Base Area
SBASoft Body Armor
SBASound Blaster Audigy
SBASouth Bay Aqueduct (California)
SBAStandard Bank Asia
SBASustainable Building Advisor (construction)
SBASerum Bactericidal Activity
SBAStrategic Business Area
SBAStructural Board Association
SBAStand Basal Area (forestry)
SBASt. Brother Andre Catholic High School (Canada)
SBASingle Business Account
SBAStrategic Business Analysis
SBASick Berth Attendant (Royal Navy Rating)
SBAShould Be Archived (geocaching)
SBAStandards-Based Architecture
SBASouth Bay Abrams (California)
SBASanta Barbara, CA, USA - Santa Barbara Airport (Airport Code)
SBAStrategic Brigade Airdrop (US Army)
SBAShared Border Accord (Canada and US)
SBASmart Business Architecture (Cisco)
SBASilver Beaver Award (Boy Scout Award)
SBASanta Barbara Aerospace
SBASteam Boat Association (UK)
SBAScottish Beekeepers' Association
SBASick Bay Attendant
SBASergeant's Benevolent Association (New York City, NY, USA)
SBASystems Builders Association
SBASaskatchewan Beekeepers Association
SBAStolen Bases Attempted (baseball)
SBAStand-by Assist
SBASmart Border Agreement (various nations)
SBAStreet Basketball Association, LLC
SBAStream Boy Advance (gaming)
SBASmall Business Agreement
SBAScalable Broadcast Algorithm
SBASpecial Bureau for the Atmosphere
SBASaskatchewan Band Association (Saskatchewan, Canada)
SBAScarborough Basketball Association
SBASenior Bowlers of America
SBASterile Barrier Association (UK)
SBAStichting Bureau Architecten Register
SBASafe Building Alliance (est. 2006)
SBASilver Buffalo Award (Boy Scouts of America)
SBASummary for Basis of Approval (FDA)
SBAShamrock Basketball Association (Forney, TX)
SBASpace-Based Antenna
SBASouthern Bakers Association, Inc.
SBASchool Baseline Assessment
SBASports and Billiards Association
SBAStack-Based Allocation
SBASoutheastern Bowling Association
SBASchool Bus Advertising
SBAShaped Beam Antenna
SBASynchronous Bandwidth Allocation/Allocator
SBASeat Belt Anchor (automotive)
SBASustaining Base Automation
SBAStack-Based Algorithm
SBASimplified Business Applications International
SBASinagpore Broadcasting Authority
SBASunshine Breakfast Allstars (Bickford's Sunshine Breakfast, Springfield, MA, USA)
SBASuffolk Beekeepers Association (UK)
SBASan Bernardino Acorn (San Bernardino, CA)
SBASt. Brigid's Academy and Seminary (Fresno, CA)
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* In the Rough fire, the most influential variable on fire severity was the severity of pre-fire red phase tree mortality, followed closely by stand basal area.
Acer rubrum and Nyssa sylvatica were also common hardwood species in the midstory, but they contributed little to the overall stand basal area and stocking.
Non-spatial models do not use spatial information to express competition, but they can use predictors (for example, stand basal area, mean diameter) which are measures for stand density and thus express overall competition in a stand (Pukkala, 1988; Vanclay, 1994).
The young stands supported densities greater than 2,000 stems/ha and a mean stand basal area of 72.3 [m.sup.2]/ha, whereas old stands supported lower densities of about 500 stems/ha but with a similar mean stand basal area of 73.3 [m.sup.2]/ha.
The alternative treatments removed more stand basal area and were intended to promote transition to uneven-aged stand management.
Boring and Swank (1984) found it to dominate clearcut oak forests in North Carolina, consisting 71% of the stand basal area for stands aged 4 yr and 51-56% basal area for stands 17 and 38 yr.
This growth trend is consistent with the doubling of stand basal area since 1937 (Table 1), during which time the stand increased its percentage of Tsuga canadensis considerably, at the expense of hardwood species such as Acer rubrum, Betula lenta, and Betula alleghaniensis.
Regressions between stand basal area and seed rain determined whether differences in seed rain among stands (i.e., across environmental gradients) were explained by average basal area of adults.
The stand density of Fryman, based on trees >10 cm diameter at breast height (DBH), was 478 trees/ha and the stand basal area was 27.5 [m.sup.2]/ha.
SJ had a low mean stand basal area, a very low density of adult stems and trees had a wide range of heights and DBH, with several trees over 20m and having a DBH over 25cm.
(2002) noted the rapid decline in basal area of beech, in spite of increases in most other species and an overall increase in stand basal area.
However, stand basal area remained nearly constant (southern Appalachians) or decreased (Hueston Woods) because density decreased (Table 1).