MATERIALS AND METHODS Cumberland Island National Seashore was established in 1972 and the island is the southernmost and largest (9,416 ha and approximately 28.
What does CINS stand for?
CINS stands for Cumberland Island National Seashore (wildlife preservation)
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- Climate Impacts and Natural Resource Systems Group (Queensland Department of Natural Resources; Australia; est. 1990)
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- Common Interface Standard
- Communications, Intelligence and Networking Systems (US DoD)
- Cooperationne Italiana Nord-Sud (French)
- CUSIP International Numbering System
- Canadian Indigenous and Native Studies Association (annual conference)
- Community Information Network for Southern Africa
- Consultores en Ingenieria, SA de CV (Mexico)
- Center for Integrative Natural Science and Mathematics
- Computer Information and Network Security Center (Depaul University; Chicago, IL)
- Center for Integrated Nano Science and Engineering (Maryland)
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- Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies
Samples in periodicals archive:
The superintendents at the parks--Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pennsylvania, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore in Indiana, Cape Lookout National Seashore in North Carolina, and Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia--issued the bans through their discretionary authority.
NPCA has facilitated a major agreement for Cumberland Island National Seashore that will release federal funds for land acquisition, park operations, enhanced interpretation, and preservation of historic resources on the island.
This year members can select a week of canoeing and hiking in Georgia's remote Okefenokee Swamp, Suwannee River, and Cumberland Island National Seashore.
Davis, superintendent of Cumberland Island National Seashore, was awarded the Stephen Tyng Mather Award for his efforts to establish a wilderness management plan at the seashore amidst formidable opposition.
sponsored a provision to strip parts of Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia of their protection under the Wilderness Act.