TNCT

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TNCTTsuyama National College of Technology (Okayama, Japan)
TNCTTomakomai National College of Technology (Hokkaido, Japan)
TNCTToyama National College of Technology (Toyama, Japan)
TNCTToyota National College of Technology (Aichi, Japan)
TNCTTsuruoka National College of Technology (Yamagata, Japan)
TNCTThe Network Center Trading
TNCTTokyo National College of Technology (Tokyo, Japan)
TNCTThe Nature Conservancy of Texas (Collegeport, TX)
TNCTTokuyama National College of Technology (Yamaguchi, Japan)
TNCTThermal Neutron Capture Therapy
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Disclosure: The Nature Conservancy of Texas is a corporate sponsor of The Texas Tribune.
In 2003, The Nature Conservancy of Texas purchased a 36-ha remnant of bottomland prairie (Cowleech Prairie Preserve) along the Cowleech Fork of the sabine River, Hunt County, northeastern Texas.
Since 1995, they have been aided in this work by The Nature Conservancy of Texas.
LOUISIANA-PACIFIC and The Nature Conservancy of Texas will develop a cooperative management plan to conserve more than 1,300 acres of L-P's land in the Piney Woods of eastern Texas.
For directions and information, call The Nature Conservancy of Texas at (512) 224-8774.
Laura Huffman, director of the Nature Conservancy of Texas, said she has confidence in the state water agency moving forward despite the leadership change.
During 1989-1992, abundance of small mammals was sampled quarterly at Clymer Meadow, a preserve of The Nature Conservancy of Texas, located 4.
Research was conducted at Mad Island Marsh Preserve, Collegeport, Texas, a facility of The Nature Conservancy of Texas.
The Pecos assiminea snail also occurs at Diamond Y Springs in Pecos County and East Sandia Spring in Reeves County, on land managed by the Nature Conservancy of Texas.
We recognize the need to look at all water supplies," said Laura Huffman, state director of the Nature Conservancy of Texas, speaking on the bill.
Seeds (achenes) of Helianthus paradoxus were collected in October of each year (1995-1998) from plants on the Diamond Y Spring Preserve of the Nature Conservancy of Texas, approximately 13 km north of Fort Stockton, Texas (Pecos County, 31[degrees]00.