For the study, John Fa of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Trinity, Jersey, and his colleagues counted skeletons of animals that were found in three excavation sites in Spain and southern France.
What does DWCT stand for?
DWCT stands for Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (UK)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Discounted Water Cold Process (soapmaking)
- Division of Workforce and Career Preparation (South Dakota)
- Dridus' Web Cataloging Project
- Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority
- Dual Whole Cell Patch Clamp Technique
- Development of Women Children in Rural Areas (India)
- Deborah Wilson Consulting Services (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
- Diamond Wire Cutting System
- Distributed Wireless Communication System
- Dynamic Window-Constrained Scheduling
- Development of Women and Children in Urban Areas
- Dual Wheel Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle
- Deutscher Wing Chun Verband (German: German Wing Chun Association)
- Department of Women & Child Welfare (India)
- Darkwing Duck (cartoon)
- Dealing with Dogs Ltd (Canada)
- Dean Witter Discover & Company (investing)
- Deep Water Dumping (at sea)
- Denver Water Department (Denver, CO)
- Department of Workforce Development
Samples in periodicals archive:
The PS1,200 will go to various conservation causes, including Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (Spoonbilled Sandpiper appeal), ZSL's Tiger SOS appeal, The Budongo Forest Project and Wildlife Vets International.
A captive breeding programme in Madagascar has been managed by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust for the past 25 years.
A visit to Jersey wouldn't be complete without a stop at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, founded by Gerald Durrell (of My Family and Other Animals fame).
For the kids, perhaps the biggest must-see is the world-renowned Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - once Jersey Zoo and the place where gorilla Jambo famously stood guard over a five-year-old boy who fell into his enclosure in 1986.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey SET up to save endangered species from extinction, the Trust uses its Jersey Wildlife Park to provide a window into its global conservation work, showcasing some of the planet's most exotic - and at-risk - species in habitats ranging from Madagascan dry forest to the Discovery Desert.
NWBT is working on the Dominican Republic owl conservation project with the Durrell wildlife conservation trust.
The animal, brown and similar to a mongoose, an assistant researcher with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust to determine they were looking at a species hitherto unknown.