Redden sent the biological opinion back to federal agencies with instructions to rework it with a specific focus on identifying longer-term habitat improvements.
What does BiOp stand for?
BiOp stands for Biological Opinion (NOAA fisheries)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of BiOp
We have 1 other meaning of BiOp in our Acronym Attic
- Buddhist Information of North America
- Biodiversity Action Network
- Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems (International Conference)
- Believe It or Not I Care
- Biological Electronic
- Biological Chronicle (Lego)
- Biological Electronics
- Baghdad International Airport
- Basis of Issue Plan
- Been in Owner's Possession (veterinary medicine)
- Broadcast Inter-ORB Protocol
- Bureau d'Information et d'Orientation Professionnelles (French)
- Burst Idle Optical Protocol
- Biological Pack
- Quality Undergraduate Educational Simulations and Tools in Biology
- Biological Research for Animals & People
- Biotech-Cluster Rhein Neckar (Germany)
- Biomedical Robotics Biomechatronics (conference)
- Basic Input/Output Services
- Basic Input/Output Set
Samples in periodicals archive:
For example, the biological opinion will contain an incidental take statement, which allows for the take of listed species in conjunction with otherwise lawful federal actions.
The FHWA initiated consultation with the Service in September 1999 and a biological opinion (BO) was rendered in April 2000.
The USFWS biological opinion on the suckers that forms the basis of the destructive Klamath policy has also come under criticism from Dr.
National Marine Fisheries Service,(2) where Judge Malcolm Marsh struck down the biological opinion of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) because it failed to explain a number of key assumptions in NMFS's conclusion that Columbia Basin hydroelectric operations for 1993 would not jeopardize listed Snake River salmon runs.
No longer can an on-the-ground biologist get a biological opinion from her Fish and Wildlife Service counterpart; everything has to be run through their respective regional or national offices (even sometimes through the Secretarial offices).
Several members of the Arizona congressional delegation who have vigorously supported the telescope project requested late last week that the Fish and Wildlife Service "update" its biological opinion on Mt.