Committee on the Evaluation of Chesapeake Bay Program Implementation for Nutrient Reduction to Improve Water Quality et al.
What does CBP stand for?
CBP stands for Chesapeake Bay Program (state/federal Chesapeake Bay restoration partnership)
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We have 342 other meanings of CBP in our Acronym Attic
- Central Brooklyn Partnership (Brooklyn, NY)
- Centre Blaise Pascal (French: Blaise Pascal Center; Lyon, France)
- Centre for Business Performance (Cranfield University; UK)
- Centurion Bank of Punjab (India)
- Certified Benefits Professional (WorldatWork certification program)
- Certified Bodytalk Practitioner
- Certified Building Professional (NPSI)
- Changi Business Park (Changi, Singapore)
- Checks by Phone (TeleCheck)
- Chehalis Basin Partnership (Washington State)
- Chiropractic Biophysics
- Chorleywood Bread Process
- Chronic Back Pain
- Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis
- Chronic Benign Pain
- Chronic Benzene Poisoning
- Cirrhose Biliaire Primitive (French: Primary Biliary Cirrhosis; medical condition)
- Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, PA)
- Clean Boating Partnership (Florida)
- Cleethorpes Beach Patrol
Samples in periodicals archive:
to create the Chesapeake Bay Program, which is a watershed partnership.
3 million in Chesapeake Bay program watershed grants administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) data show that the bay and its watershed suffers environmental stress.
org; Chesapeake Bay Program Office, (800)YOURBAY, www.
Mexico border; $30 million for Alaska rural and Native Villages; $21 million for the Chesapeake Bay program (+$2 million); $15.
Forest Service, Chesapeake Bay Program, and AMERICAN FORESTS.
EDF's calculations, based on data from a range of federal and stage agencies, including the EPA's Chesapeake Bay Program, indicate that acid deposition contributes at least one-quarter of the nitrogen entering the bay as a result of human activity.