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The Belgian dredging, environmental and marine engineering group DEME is an international market leader for complex marine engineering works.
Genetic differentiation between habitats can be tested in common-garden experiments, where genotypes from local demes or subpopulations are compared under similar environmental conditions.
Finally, a possible independent purpose of horos B was to mark the ancient road (Nymphs/Pnyx Street) that skirted the south side of the spur as a deme boundary, which in this region of the city could only be the shared border of Melite and Kollytos.
In contrast to the average decline in allozyme structure, adaptive structure increased with deme age.
where m denotes the fraction of new immigrants (from the migrant pool with allele frequencies [Mathematical Expression Omitted] at locus i) in each deme each generation; [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the mean fitness, which depends on the local allele frequencies; C is a normalizing constant; [p.
The deme or tribe was a subordinate administrative unit of the state, and its activities would be regulated by the state.
Bam Infra and Bam Contractors Dutch and Belgian units of the Bam group will collaborate with DEME Infra Marine Contractors and Dredging International both part of the DEME group and the Belgian contractor Algemene Aannemingen Van Laere.
SeeNews) - Mar 3, 2014 -A Belgian dredging companyA Deme said Friday its net profit increased by 22% year-on-year to EUR 109.
Middle East Dredging Company (Medco), a joint venture of United Development Company, Qatar Holding and Belgian DEME, has acquired a heavy duty suction dredger.
ADPnews) - May 18, 2011 - Belgian dredging company Deme received new orders for more than EUR 450 million (USD 642m) in the first quarter of 2011, investment firm Ackermans & van Haaren (EBR:ACKB), which holds a 50% stake in Deme, said today.
Summary: The work would be carried out with Qatari dredger MEDCO, DEME said in a statement.
LEADING SCORES: 68 Martin Edge (Hesketh); 70 Martyn Hamer (Ellesmere), Matthew Marsh (Hallowes); 71 Phil Kelly (St Annes Old Links); 72 John Cheetham (Marriott Worsley Park), Nick Deme (Brookdale), Jon Haines (Drivetime)