TTRS

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AcronymDefinition
TTRSTouch-Type Read and Spell (computer course; UK and Ireland)
TTRSTall Timbers Research Station (est. 1958; Tallahassee, FL)
TTRSTotal Town Replacement Set (gaming)
TTRSTime to Restore Service (reliability)
TTRSTelerate Trading Room System (stocks)
TTRSTechnologically and Topologically Related Surfaces
TTRSThermoelectric Thermal Reference Sources
TTRSTactical Traffic Reporting System
TTRSTransportable Transmitter Receiver Shelter
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The Malaise trap was located at the Tall Timbers Research Station in a rich patch of hardwood trees.
Researchers at Florida's Tall Timbers Research Station, a non-profit forest and wildlife research facility near Tallahassee, have also restored quail to significantly higher numbers on some southeastern properties.
The students 1) interviewed the mayor and a civil engineer who specializes in wastewater treatment, 2) collected and tested water samples at various locations with an Environmental Protection Agency scientist, 3) invited a river management analyst from Florida State University to speak to the biology classes, 4) met with a representative of the Tall Timbers Research Station in Tallahassee, 5) attended Tallahassee's Apalachee Audubon Society meetings and interviewed Tallahassee's water quality specialist, and 6) met with Holly Blalock-Herod of the U.S.
Study sites: Data were collected during the summers (June-August) of 1992-1995 and 1997 at the Tall Timbers Research Station located just north of Tallahassee, Florida, and during the austral summer (January-June) of 1996 at the Poco das Antas Federal Biological Reserve, located approximately 100 km north of Rio de Janiero in Brazil (see Loughry and McDonough 1997, 1998a).
A five-year land management plan for Tall Timbers Research Station property: 1998-2002.
At the time, I had recently been hired as a research biologist at Tall Timbers Research Station, a nonprofit biological field station in northern Florida.
Yearlong, general insect surveys were conducted at The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve (ABRP), and Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy (TTRS) by P.
INDIVIDUALS WERE TAKEN FROM LIBERTY CO., APALACHICOLA BLUFFS PRESERVE, TRAVELERS TRACT, 30[degrees]32' 13" N, 84[degrees]58' 00" W * (LOCALITY 1), AND LEON CO., TALL TIMBERS RESEARCH STATION, WOODYARD HAMMOCK, 30[degrees]39'21"N, 84[degrees]14'35"W * (LOCALITY 2) AND GAYS ISLAND, 30[degrees]38'39"N, 84[degrees]13'55"W * (LOCALITY 3).
We collected road-killed armadillos during June through August of 1992-1994 at the Tall Timbers Research Station, located near Tallahassee, Florida.