Environmental Planning and Management; Date conferred: August 2007; Previous work experience: research experience with Louisiana Forest Products laboratory, Baton Rouge, LA (2005-2008); Type of work desired: seeking faculty position in academic institutions or research scientist in the forest products industry or research institution; Geographic location preferred: willing to relocate anywhere in United States or Canada; Available for employment: March 2008; Tel: 225-270-9455; Fax: 225-578-4251; doband1@lsu.
What does LFPL stand for?
LFPL stands for Louisiana Forest Products Laboratory (now Louisiana Forest Products Development Center; Louisiana State University)
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We have 9 other meanings of LFPL in our Acronym Attic
- Libraries Facilities/Planning Department (University of Florida)
- Lord Fairfax Planning District Commission (Front Royal, VA; currently known as Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission)
- Long Flux Path Excitation
- Love, Fury, Passion and Energy (lyrics)
- Low-Frequency Pulsating Electromagnetic Field
- Paris Charles De Gaulle International Airport (ICAO Code)
- Lowest Food Prices in North Carolina (Food Lion motto)
- Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory (US NASA; now John H. Glenn Research Center)
- Linden Free Public Library (Linden, NJ)
- Los Feliz Public Library (Los Angeles, CA)
- Louisville Free Public Library
- Low Frequency Portion of the Loop
- Limited Failure Population Life Testing
- Lebanese Free Patriotic Movement
- Linear Feet Per Minute
- Logical Framework Planning Matrix (EU)
- Limited Fee Planned Producer
- Local Flood Protection Project (USACE)
- Low-Frequency, Positive Pressure Ventilation
- Labour Force Participation Rate (employment)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Based on forest products industry hiring intention surveys conducted by the Louisiana Forest Products Laboratory (LFPL), the number of desired new employees forecasted over the next 2 to 4 years totals nearly 4,000 positions .
Ramsay Smith, Professor at the Louisiana Forest Products Laboratory, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, was the conference chair.