Today it is housed in the Svalbard Science Center, residing together with Svalbard's University Centre and Norwegian Polar Institute.
What does NPI stand for?
NPI stands for Norwegian Polar Institute (Norway)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of NPI
We have 200 other meanings of NPI in our Acronym Attic
- Non-Pharmaceutical Intervention (infectious disease control strategy)
- Non-Precision Instrument
- Non-Process Infrastructure (mining)
- Non-Profit Institution
- Non-public Personal Information
- Nonpublic Personal Member Information
- Nordpol Innsbruck (FCW fanclub)
- Norsk Polarinstitutt (Norway)
- Northern Pipeline Interconnector (Australia)
- Northwest Progressive Institute
- Not Plugged In (computer/network technical problem)
- Not Pre-Installed
- Novos Países Industrializados (newly industrialized countries)
- NROS Predictive Index (NASCAR Racing Online Series game)
- Numbering Plan Indicator
- Sergo Ordzhonikidze Novocherkassk Polytechnic Institute (Russian: Southern-Russian State Technical University)
- Neuropsychiatric Inventory Caregiver Distress
- Neuropsychiatric Institute & Hospital (UCLA)
- Nacionalnega Programa Izgradnje Avtocest (Slovenian: National Motorway Construction Program)
- National Police Improvement Agency (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Developed in collaboration with the Norwegian Polar Institute, the company abides by IAATO guidelines; all meals are still on board the Fram.
The Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) is at the forefront of Arctic research and its international director, Kim Holmen, told the BBC that the speed of the melting was faster than expected.
Kim , research director for the Norwegian Polar Institute, showed charts and photographs demonstrating changing climatic conditions in the Svalbard Islands in the Arctic Sea north of Norway.
Water is tricky business," says Jack Kohler of the Norwegian Polar Institute in Tromso, who was not involved with the research.
The Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) recently measured the temperature of sea water there and found it to be around the freezing point "and not at higher temperatures widely blamed for the break-up of 10 shelves on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Jan-Gunnar Winther, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsoe, Norway; Elizabeth Kolbert, New Yorker writer on environmental matters; Miyoko Sakashita, environmental lawyer with the Center for Biological Diversity, San Francisco, CA; Deborah Williams, President, Alaska Conservation Solutions and former Special Assistant to the U.
[FIGURE OMITTED] The Study During July 2000 and 2004, feces were collected around arctic fox dens during the annual den surveys conducted by the Norwegian Polar Institute in Svalbard.