TEQS

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TEQSTraffic Enforcement Queens South (New York Police Department; New York, NY)
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The TEQ concentration in breast milk at birth was assumed to be 25 ppt TEQ on a lipid basis, based on general population levels in the 1990s.
The concept of 2,3,7,8-TCDD TEQs was developed to efficiently evaluate mixtures of PCDD/Fs, and TEQs are determined by means of Toxic Equivalency Factors (TEFs) (U.S.
Nationally, TEQs are again, not perfect but are far better than the alternatives.
Changes driven by the TEQs would help to reduce energy use in Britain by around half, but the other important factor in reaching zero emissions comes from supply.
In this section, we first derive the number of realizations of perfect channel shortening for both the Ts-spaced and fractionally-spaced TEQs and then relate the number of realizations to the convergence speed of blind channel shortening algorithms.
There was a significant statistical relationship between Chem TEQ and RGS TEQs ([r.sup.2] = 0.774; P [less than] 0.001) [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
To account for their respective potencies, each was assigned a toxic equivalency (TEQ), which relates its potential for harm to 2,3,7,8-TCDD, the most toxic of the dioxins.
At 31 mo of age, there were no significant differences in the size of the children associated with PCDD/PCDF exposure reported as toxic equivalents (TEQs), whether by concentration in breast milk or by cumulative lactational exposure (Ilsen et al.
(7.) David Fleming and Shaun Chamberlin, TEQs: Tradable Energy Quotas (London: House of Commons and Lean Economy Connection, 2011); Tina Fawcett and Yael Parag, An Introduction to Personal Carbon Trading, Climate Policy 10 (2010): 329-38.
It suggests creating a market of carbon credits (Tradable Energy Quotas - TEQs) that could overtake money as the most important currency in the economy.