For the first time, the National Tornado Summit will also include the National Severe Weather Workshop (NSWW).
What does NSWW stand for?
NSWW stands for National Severe Weather Workshop (US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of NSWW
- Naval Special Warfare Task Group
- National Social Welfare Training Institute (Tanzania)
- New South Wales Thoroughbred Racing Board (Australia)
- New South Wales Tertiary Student Rugby League (Australia)
- Naval Special Warfare Task Unit
- National Security Workers Union (UK)
- Naval Special Warfare Unit (US Navy)
- Nederlandse Samengestelde Wedstrijd Vereniging (Dutch: Dutch Composite Contest Association)
- Nederlandse Sturge-Weber Vereniging (Dutch: Dutch Sturge-Weber Association)
- New South Wales Vice Chancellors Committee
- National Social Work Week (Canadian Association of Social Workers)
- New South Wales Wine Industry Association (Griffith, New South Wales, Australia)
- National Severe Weather Warning Service (UK)
- New South Wales Wheelchair Sports Association (Australia)
- North Staffordshire Warm Zone (UK)
- N Syndrome
- Namespace Extension (Windows Shell Programming)
- National Stock Exchange (Jersey City, NJ and Chicago, IL)
- New Sportscar eXperimental (concept name for Acura vehicle; originally NS-X)
- Newcastle Stock Exchange (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
March 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, Inc - FLASH President/CEO Leslie Chapman-Henderson unveiled preliminary tornado safe room/shelter research findings in an address today to the 2010 National Severe Weather Workshop (NSWW).
1 /PRNewswire/ -- Emergency managers and members of the media will have an opportunity to exchange information and techniques for public safety during severe weather with academia and federal government experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration at the sixth annual National Severe Weather Workshop on March 2-4, 2006 at the Reed Center in Midwest City, Okla.