During the 2014 Conference of the American Cetacean Society "Tuned into Whales: Conservation, Research and Education'' in Newport Beach, California, Mr.
What does ACS stand for?
ACS stands for American Cetacean Society (whale conservation group)
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- Alternating Current Synchronous
- Alternative Conservation System
- Altitude Control System
- Alton Convent School (UK)
- Alumni Career Services (various schools)
- Ambulatory Care Sensitive
- American Camellia Society
- American Cancer Society
- American Carbon Society (formerly American Carbon Committee)
- American Ceramic Society
- American Challenge Series (athletics)
- American Cheese Society
- American Chemical Society
- American Citizen Services (US Department of State)
- American Citizens Services (US State Department)
- American Clematis Society
- American Coatings Show (trade show)
- American Cockatiel Society
- American College of Sofia (Bulgaria)
- American College of Surgeons
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The American Cetacean Society is the world's oldest whale conservation organization.
Naturalists from the Oregon chapter of the American Cetacean Society offer information at the shore-based whale watching and wildlife viewing event.
Representatives from IMMP, Defenders of Wildlife, Sierra Club Angeles Chapter, El Dorado Audubon, BayKeeper, American Cetacean Society, Whaleman Foundation, Heal the Bay, Stop LFAS, and Council for a Living Ocean, among others, then presented their case.
In addition, many museums and environmental groups, including the American Cetacean Society and Oceanic Society Expeditions, also sponsor trips to Baja's lagoons.
American Cetacean Society - Free introductory events will be at 10:30 a.
Exhibitors from the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, the American Cetacean Society and Marine Mammal Care Center also will be on hand.
In its ten years of operation, more than $150,000 and countless product and materials have been donated to numerous organizations; among them are The Jane Goodall Institute, Defenders of Wildlife, National Wildlife Federation and American Cetacean Society.