All this took place within the Kurumkheta protected forest area before the Katiya forest.
What does PFA stand for?
PFA stands for Protected Forest Area (various locations)
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- Probability of False Alarm
- Process Flow Analysis
- Procurement Funding Authority
- Production Flow Analysis (computer integrated manufacturing)
- Professional Financial Advisor
- Professional Footballers Association
- Profunda Femoris Artery
- Progressive Fast Analysis (Exxon Mobil Corp.)
- Project Finance Advisory
- Prosperity for All (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other provisions of the new law, passed on March 15, will include the establishment of a Forest Advisory Board, a review of the national forest policy and an update cataloguing of protected forest areas.
There are a number of factors causing the shortfall such as one related to license as most of geothermal power projects are located in protected forest areas, PGE President Abadi Poernomo.
Charlie was treated by the organization's veterinary director and eventually released to a protected forest area.
Besides the national forest area, the lions can also be located in the reserve forest area, protected forest area outside the Gir sanctuary, other wastelands and the villages in the region.
The fires that hit a protected forest area in mountains close to the northwestern California city of Santa Barbara could have been started by Mexican drug traffickers, officials said.
He is also given food by the pastoral Maldhari community, who live in the protected forest area but do not have voting rights due to a row over their legal status.
To that end, during peak fire season the city makes regular patrols of the Santa Fe Watershed, a protected forest area recently thinned in an effort to reduce fire risk, and in the neighborhoods off Hyde Park Road and Wilderness Gate, which stand among dense trees.