HOW MOUNTAINS SHAPED THE WORLD The Eugene Natural History Society presents an illustrated talk by Josh Roering, a geology professor at the University of Oregon, at 7:30 p.
What does ENHS stand for?
ENHS stands for Eugene Natural History Society (Eugene, Oregon)
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- Essential National Health Research
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- European Network for Homeopathy Researchers (est. 2004)
- European Network for Housing Research (est. 1988; Uppsala University; Sweden)
- Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Research Institute
- East Noble High School (Indiana)
- Edinburg North High School (Edinburg, TX)
- Edison National Historic Site
- Edmond North High School
- Encapsulated Nuclear Heat Source
- Eurobodalla Natural History Society (Australia)
- Eastern Nebraska Human Services Agency
- European Natural History Specimen Information Network
- Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs (French: National Engineer School)
- École Nationale des Impôts (French: National Tax School)
- École Normale d'Instituteurs (French: Normal School of Teachers; various locations)
- Elastic Network Interface (computing)
- Electrical North Incorporated (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Electronic Navigation Industries
- Embedded Networking Interface
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Byline: The Register-Guard AUSTRALIA'S FLORAL DIVERSITY IN FOCUS On Friday, Gail Baker's presentation, "A Plant Ecologist's Dream Trip: The Floral Diversity of Australia" at a meeting of the Eugene Natural History Society.
The lecture is sponsored by the Eugene Natural History Society and the UO department of biology.
It's presented by the Eugene Natural History Society and the University of Oregon's biology department.
The talk is at Room 100, Willamette Hall, on the UO campus, and is sponsored by the Eugene Natural History Society.
Hodder's talk is sponsored by the Eugene Natural History Society and is in Room 100 of Willamette Hall at the University of Oregon.
The talk, sponsored by the Eugene Natural History Society, will be given by Jan Hodder, academic coordinator and instructor at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Coos Bay.
Deckman's free presentation will be during the monthly meeting of the Eugene Natural History Society in Room 100, Willamette Hall, UO Campus.