com)-- The Mapping Network is proud to announce the addition of an automated submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) mapping and analysis.
What does SAV stand for?
SAV stands for Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 74 other meanings of SAV in our Acronym Attic
- Sport Activity Vehicle
- Sports Activity Vehicle (BMW)
- Staff Assistance Visit
- Start of Active Video (ITU-R Bt.656-4)
- State Audit of Vietnam
- State-of-the-Atmosphere Variables
- Stock At Value
- Strike Attack Vector
- Strike Attack Vertical
- Students Against Violence (Saint Paul, MN)
- Symantec Anti-Virus (now Norton Anti-Virus)
- Submerged Aquatic Vegetation/Limerock
- Semi-Active Vibration Absorber
- Sexual Assault Victim Advocate (Fort Collins, CO)
- South African Veterinary Association (est. 1920; Monument Park, Pretoria, South Africa)
- Southern African Vexillological Association
- Standard Army Vetronics Architecture
- Surveyors and Valuers Accreditation (UK accreditation scheme for surveyors & valuers of residential property)
- Society of Amateur Videomakers and Cinematographers
- South Asian Visual Arts Centre (formerly South Asian Visual Arts Collective; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this system the ecological state of the coastal water bodies should be assessed through three biological quality elements: phytoplankton, submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV), and zoobenthos.
Submerged aquatic vegetation is one important type of food for wintering waterfowl in the southern United States (2), (3), (4), (5).
As such, light attenuation may significantly impair the natural recovery of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in regions that have undergone losses, as well as reduce the effectiveness and survival of restored transplants (Moore et al.
Submerged aquatic vegetation is in decline, and oysters are at about 1 percent of historical levels.
Wildlife managers say mute swans are destroying significant amounts of submerged aquatic vegetation and chasing other shorebirds away from their nesting sites.
The diets consisted primarily of submerged aquatic vegetation, although the remains of blue crabs and fiddler crabs were infrequently encountered.
The coastal water problems stemming from excess nutrients include excessive algal blooms, low concentrations of dissolved oxygen, losses of submerged aquatic vegetation, and occurrences of nuisance and toxic algal blooms.