WHRCWoods Hole Research Center
WHRCWinnipeg Housing Rehabilitation Corporation (Canada)
WHRCWomen's Health Rights Coalition
WHRCWeb Handling Research Center
WHRCWomens Health Resource Center (various locations)
WHRCWayne Herndon Rare Coins, Inc. (Chantilly, VA)
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The WHRC and Boston University research team succeeded in estimating these losses through use of remote sensing technology, satellite imagery, and field measurements.
Water samples collected in the field are distributed to collaborators at WHOI, WHRC, and other institutions, where scientists specialize in analyzing different chemical compounds.
Lead author Alessandro Baccini, an assistant scientist at WHRC, explained that the new data set provides a spatially and temporally consistent estimate of carbon stock and a stronger foundation for estimating carbon emissions by better characterizing the carbon density of the forest that has been lost.
Ruth Kirk, "General Federation of Women's Clubs--Indian Welfare," April 15,1949,5, WHRC.
Meanwhile the top-of-the-table Boat Club men enjoyed two victories - 3-1 in a rearranged fixture against David Lloyd Solihull and an easy 4-0 in their scheduled match against WHRC - to put them on 43 points after week 13.
Observers were stationed in lobby lounge areas just outside of 3 (CHEC, PRC, WHRC) of the COIN centers.
Under this arrangement the WHRC purchases properties, renovates the houses as necessary, sells the houses to individuals through rent-to-own arrangements and turns the land over to the CLT for retention in order to dampen price escalation.
A key element of the report, according to Doney, was the work of Houghton, acting director of WHRC.
The WHRC had a strong urban revitalisation agenda, reflecting a concern with place, and therefore insisted on strategically-chosen inner city sites.
Latest published tables after nine matches show Boat Club ladies with 27 points and WHRC with 26.