WSRI

AcronymDefinition
WSRIWeb Science Research Initiative (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Southampton)
WSRIWood Supply Research Institute (Rockville, MD)
WSRIWild Stock Restoration Initiative
WSRIWorld-Sheet Reparametrization Invariance
WSRIWhite Shark Research Institute (Cape Town, South Africa)
WSRIWeb Service Rendition Interface
WSRIWestern States Reclamation, Inc. (Frederick, CO)
WSRIWorld Supply Research Institute (Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia)
WSRIWestern Sydney Research Institute (University of Western Sydney; Kingswood, Australia)
WSRIWeb Services Repository Initiative (HEKATE)
WSRIWeber Stream Restoration Initiative
WSRIWhite Sturgeon Recovery Initiative
WSRIWestern Shoshone Resources, Inc. (Crescent Valley, Nevada)
WSRIWindstar Resources, Inc.
WSRIWeb Services Registration Interface
WSRIWeb Service Research Institute (Japan)
WSRIWeighted Sound Reduction Index
WSRIWavelength Selective Ring Interconnect (fiber optic technology)
WSRIWashington State Reading Initiative
WSRIWairarapa Smart Region Incorporated (New Zealand)
WSRIWine and Spirit Recruitment International (UK)
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The aim of WSRI is to examine all areas of human interaction with the web, including the social impact that has resulted from the growth of web access and the potential of new technologies to expand the World Wide Web's boundaries and drive the social interactions of an interconnected world.
We next selected data from logging crews that had reported at least 26 weeks of data with at least 50 percent of their total production during the study delivered to mills of WSRI member companies.
We sought only the participation of mills represented by member companies of the Wood Supply Research Institute (WSRI), the organization that funded the study, because of the proprietary nature of the information we asked them to share during the study.
Sample units were logging firms/truck drivers geographically grouped by Wood Supply Research Institute (WSRI) member and cooperator state.
The Wood Supply Research Institute (WSRI), formed in 1999 to facilitate and fund pre-competitive research into the efficiency of wood-supply systems, has completed its first project.