Indeed, the scope of regional efforts such as the Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) conservation initiative, the Baja to Bering Sea (B2B) marine initiative, and the Sky Islands Wildlands Network are at the same time intriguing and exciting.
What does SIWN stand for?
SIWN stands for Sky Islands Wildlands Network (conservation groups)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of SIWN
- Survivability Integration Working Group
- Synthetic Instrument Working Group (test system technology design group)
- Shut-In Well-Head-Pressure
- Stockholm International Water Institute
- Swedish International Water Institute
- Small Island Water Information Network (Commonwealth Science Council and British Geological Survey)
- Semester in Washington Journalism (George Washington University; Washington, DC)
- Soroptimist International of West Maui
- Southern Idaho Wildlife Mitigation (Idaho Department of Fish and Game)
- Super Integrated Wozniak Machine
- Systemics and Informatics World Network (UK)
- Someone Is Wrong on the Internet (PZ Myers)
- Site Investigation Work Plan (environmental contamination)
- Shift Invariant Wavelet Packet Decomposition
- Scottish Integrated Workforce Planning Group
- Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies (est. 1951; formerly Institute of War and Peace Studies; Columbia University; New York, NY)
- Simple Internet White Pages Service
- Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge (Knoxville, TN)
- Speaker Independent Word Recognition
- Steam Injection Water Recovery (gas turbines)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sky Islands Wildlands Network and the Armendaris and Ladder Ranches Ted Turner owns two other large properties in New Mexico: 1) the Armendaris Ranch, consisting of more than 335,000 acres (135,600 ha) of Chihuahuan Desert grasslands and desert scrub, riparian habitats along the Rio Grande and the Fra Cristobal Mountains, and 2) the Ladder Ranch, containing more than 250,000 acres (101,2000 ha) of mixed desert grassland, riparian areas, pinyon-juniper stands, and mixed-pine forests.
The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative and the Sky Islands Wildlands Network are two such projects.