HANULA (3) (1) USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Starkville, MS, USA (2) Department of Zoology, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, University of Tartu, Estonia (3) USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Athens, GA, USA * Corresponding author; E-mail: mulyshen@fs.
What does SRS stand for?
SRS stands for Southern Research Station (USDA)
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- Software Requirements Specification
- Soka Rugby School (Soka, Japan)
- Solar Radio Spectrograph
- Solution Requirement Specification
- Solvent Recycle System
- Sound Retrieval System (audio technology)
- Sounding Reference Signal (telecommunications)
- Source-Route Switching
- Southampton Running Sisters (UK)
- Southern Reference Stars
- Spaced Repetition System (educational software)
- Spares Requirements Schedule
- Spatial Reference System
- Specific Resistance of Soil
- Specification Requirements Specification
- Specification Revision Sheet (US NASA)
- Spectres de Réponse Spécifiés (French: Specified Response Spectrum)
- Speed Reading System (Kumon)
- Speed Reference System
- Sperry Rail Service
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Forest Service Southern Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program.
It's a destructive force in slow motion," says James Miller of the Forest Service's southern research station.
Vickie Brooks Program Analyst USDA Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis Southern Research Station 4700 Old Kingston Pike Knoxville, TN 37919
In a study conducted by the Southern Research Station Forest Operations Research unit in Auburn, Ala.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service Southern Research Station, and the Southern Regional Extension Forestry Office (SREF) are developing an online hypertext encyclopedia system to make forestry research information available to the public.
Forest Service Southern Research Station in Stoneville, Miss.
Authors' note: The research for this article was supported in part with funds provided by the Project on Forest Resource Law and Economics, Southern Research Station, New Orleans, La.