Viewers wrote to the National Ocean Service asking about the creatures.
What does NOS stand for?
NOS stands for National Ocean Service (NOAA)
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We have 193 other meanings of NOS in our Acronym Attic
- North-West Electricity Board (England)
- Northwest Library District (Perrysburg, OH)
- Northwestern Sea Frontier (US Navy)
- Northwestern Sector, Western Sea Frontier (US Navy)
- Name One Reason Why I Came Here
- Nickers Off Ready When I Come Home
- Contract for Bureau of Supplies and Accounts (US Navy)
- National Occupational Standards (UK)
- National Ocean Science
- National Ocean Survey (NOAA)
- National Open School
- National Orange Show (San Bernardino, CA)
- National Orthodox School (Amman, Jordan)
- National Osteoporosis Society (UK)
- NATO Office of Security
- Natural Orifice Surgery (Transdouglas technique)
- Nature of Suit (legal)
- Naval Observatory Station (astronomy and astrophysics; Flagstaff, AZ)
- Naval Ordnance Station
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Ocean Service made the unusual declaration in response to public inquiries following a TV show on the mythical creatures.
Ann Arbor, MI:Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, National Ocean Service (28 Jul 201 i).
Over the past few years, Don Scavia of the National Ocean Service in Silver Spring, Md.
Sutron is a supplier of real-time environmental remote monitoring and control systems for several Federal Agencies, including the US Geological Survey, the National Ocean Service, a division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the National Weather Service.
Monaco, NOAA's Biogeography Program Manager of the National Ocean Service, who is based in the Washington, D.
The National Ocean Service offers up to $32,000 annually to graduate students--particularly women and minorities--working toward advanced degrees in oceanography, marine biology, or maritime archeology.
Rather than displace another organism, it simply filled in a niche that wasn't being filled," said Jud Kenworthy, a research biologist with the National Ocean Services, a division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.