We also would like to thank the South Florida Water Management District, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Invasive Plant Management Division, and the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council for supporting this research.
What does EPPC stand for?
EPPC stands for Exotic Pest Plant Council (Florida)
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We have 19 other meanings of EPPC in our Acronym Attic
- Ediciones Populares Para America Latina (Spanish: Popular Editions for Latin America; social work publication)
- Edwards Plateau Prescribed Burning Association
- Education Policy and Planning Committee (various locations)
- Education Public Policy & Consulting Global Management, Inc. (Cleveland, TN)
- El Paso Psychiatric Center (El Paso, TX)
- Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet (Kentucky)
- Environmental Policy and Planning Commission (UC Davis Student Senate, California, USA)
- Ethics and Public Policy Center
- European Paleobotany-Palynology Conference
- Event Program to Program Communication (computer programming)
- Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Act (Zambia)
- Endoscopic Partial PCA Myectomy
- Eastern Perth Public and Community Health Unit (Australia)
- Emirates Petroleum Products Company
- Error-Prone Polymerase Chain Reaction
- East Providence Police Department (Rhode Island)
- El Paso Police Department (Texas)
- Electronic and Photonic Packaging Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
- Employment Program for Persons with Disabilities
- Entomology and Plant Pathology Division
Samples in periodicals archive:
Additional project partners include Chicopee Woods Area Park Commission, Chicopee Woods Weed Management Area, Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council and City of Gainesville.
REVIEW COMMITTEE: BRIAN BOWEN, KRIS JOHNSON, SCOTT FRANKLIN, GEOFF CALL, AND MICHELE WEBBER ABSTRACT--The Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council has produced this list of invasive exotic plants to serve as a guide for land managers in making responsible decisions about plant use and management decisions.
Ruellia tweediana is considered by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council to be an invasive species that is altering native plant communities (Category I, Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council, 2006).