2006b), Taga-Roostoja (Viira & Mannik 1999), Mehikoorma (Mannik & Viira 2005), Valga (Mannik 2001) and Ruhnu cores (Mannik 2003).
What does EERU stand for?
EERU stands for Ruhnu (airport code; Estonia)
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- Empresa Electrica Riobamba S.A. (Spanish: Riobamba Electric Company S.A; Riobamba, Ecuador)
- Efficiency Registration Scheme for Buildings (Hong Kong)
- Eastern Energy Resources Team
- Embedded Engineering and Robotics Technology (Bangladesh)
- Energy Efficient and Reconfigurable Transceivers (IEEE)
- Eastern Erie Retired Teachers Association
- Energy and Environment Research Unit (The Open University; UK)
- Environmental Education & Resources Unit (South Africa)
- Environmental Education Research Unit (University of Liverpool; Liverpool, England, UK)
- Environmental Emergency Response Unit
- Error Eliminating Rapid Ultrasonic Firing
- Église Évangélique de Réveil de Villeurbanne (French: Evangelical Revival of Villeurbanne; Villeurbanne, France)
- Église Évangélique Réformé du Canton de Vaud (French: Reformed Evangelical Church of the Canton of Vaud; Switzerland)
- Enlisted Evaluation Report Weighted Average
- Earth and Environmental Science Division
- Earth and Environmental Sciences (various organizations)
- Earth Electrode System
- Earth Exploration Satellite
- East European Studies
- Eastern European States
Samples in periodicals archive:
Parnu, a small town with a population numbering 45,000, currently has connections with two small islands - Kihnu and Ruhnu.
Other macrophyte species were distributed in the vicinity of Ruhnu Island.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] There were two parallel finds of Paramysis intermedia in 2008: near Ruhnu Island, the Gulf of Riga, and in the coastal sea adjacent to the mouth of the Narva River, the eastern Gulf of Finland (Fig.
variabilis in the Ruhnu (500) core section of Estonia is, therefore, quite problematic.
Baltic carbonate rocks with shelly faunas demonstrate more variation in the peak position: the peak of the HICE is at the level of 25% from the bottom of the whole Hirnantian in the Ruhnu section, at 53% in the Kardla section and at 63% in the Stirnas section.
For correlation purposes, the data on bentonites studied earlier in the Ohesaare, Viki, and Ruhnu sections were used (Kiipli & Kallaste 2002, 2003).
8] in the modal component and sharp XRD reflection) with the Ruhnu Bentonite (ID 494) in Estonia.