Population Commission

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Population Commission the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with population control
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Usage


In news:

After determining that two years of season extensions did not significantly impact the bay scallop population, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) decided June 28 to.
After determining two years of season extensions did not significantly impact the bay scallop population, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission decided June 28 to permanently extend.
After determining two years of season extensions did not significantly impact the bay scallop population, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission decided June 28 to permanently extend the recreational season by two weeks.
A biologist with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission says much of Buncombe County is a de facto bear sanctuary as the human population continues to grow.
(AP) — A biologist with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission says much of Buncombe County is a de facto bear sanctuary as the human population continues to grow.
Population growth provided the impetus for a pair of decisions at Tues­day's Columbia County Commission meeting.
Population increases led a pair of decisions at Tuesday's Columbia County Commission meeting.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will study multiple cancer types in populations near the facilities and examine in a case-control study cancers in children born near the facilities.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission will study cancer in populations near the facilities and examine in a case-control study cancers in children born near the facilities.
Continued violence by protesters and security forces and a deeply divided population remain concerns of the United States a year after an independent commission offered a scathing report into Bahrain 's crackdown on anti-government protests.
Hunters have been asking it since long before the Pennsylvania Game Commission's herd reduction policy reduced the deer population.
Austin's Animal Advisory Commission is recommending non- lethal means of limiting the city's deer population.
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In science:

Th. M. acknowledges funding in Cambridge through CON S TE LLAT ION, an European Commission FP6 Marie Curie Research Training Network, and the Stellar Populations and Dynamics Research Group at the Argelander-Institut f ¨ur Astronomie at Bonn University.
The star formation history of the Large Magellanic Cloud as seen by star clusters and stars
The catalog of TeV sources grew rapidly with the commissioning of H.E.S.S. in the southern hemisphere, which provided the first high sensitivity observations of the densely populated inner Galaxy.
TeV Gamma-ray Astronomy: A Summary
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