We don't know exactly what he was doing or why he was there," Erik Petersen, the Willamette Valley project manager, says in a narration of the video.
What does WVP stand for?
WVP stands for Willamette Valley Project (Oregon)
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- West Virginia on the Move (Charleston, WV)
- Wonen Voor Ouderen Maasland (Housing for the Elderly, Maasland; the Netherlands)
- West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training
- West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association
- West Virginia Orthopaedic Society (Charleston, WV)
- West Virginia Ordnance Works (former ammunition site)
- Waste Vitrification Projects
- Waste Volume Projections
- Water Vapor Profiling (radiometrics)
- Wet Verbetering Poortwachter (Dutch: Gatekeeper Improvement Act; employment law)
- Women Ventures Project
- World Voices Positive (various organizations)
- Wrigley Video Productions (Cochranville, PA)
- Wabash Valley Power Association
- West Virginia Planning Association
- West Virginia Press Association (est. 1869)
- West Virginia Psychological Association (est. 1950)
- World Veterinary Poultry Association
- Wyoming Valley Professional Ambulance (Wilkes Barre, PA)
- West Virginia Prosecuting Attorneys Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Producing and posting the videos online helps people understand a fairly complex system, said corps Willamette Valley project operations manager Erik Petersen.
We encourage river users to heed postings about flow changes at boat ramps and other public river access locations," said Erik Petersen, operations project manager for the Corps' Willamette Valley Project.
For more information, contact the Corps' Willamette Valley Project park rangers at (541) 942-5631.
The deal has yet to win corps approval, said Erik Peterson, operations manager of its Willamette Valley Project.
Proximity to the channel makes this likely," says Erik Petersen, operations manager for the corps' Willamette Valley Project.
The corps whipped through a $16 million repair of the dam west of Eugene-Springfield last year, and now it's collecting the most winter water since 1996, said Erik Petersen, operations manager for the Willamette Valley projects.
Barely a month after completion of repairs to its internal drainage system, the 65-year-old dam was holding back more winter water than it had contained since 1996, said Erik Petersen, director of operations for the corps' Willamette Valley projects.