French, assistant director of the state Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, stands near a North Atlantic right whale skull kept at the Belchertown district office.
What does NARW stand for?
NARW stands for North Atlantic Right Whale
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- National Association of Regulatory Commissioners (est. 1889; Washington, DC)
- National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
- Navy Aircraft Resources Utilization Study
- New Age Retarded Voter
- National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
- National Association of Retired and Veteran Railway Employees
- North American Regional Vocabulary Survey
- National Assembly of Religious Women (various locations)
- NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Advanced Research Workshop
- North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium
- Nagly Atak Spawacza (Polish: Suden Attack)
- Narcotics Affairs Section (US Embassy)
- Narcotics Assistance Section
- Narrow Band Acquisition Qualifier Subsystem
- Narrowband Area Service (Australia)
- NAS Area Supervisor (FAA)
- NASA Advanced Supercomputing
- Nassau, Bahamas - Nassau International Airport (Airport Code)
- National Academy of Sciences
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover QL737 Stone, an author, educator, and artist, tells the story of a North Atlantic right whale, inspired by a female whale named Arpeggio chronicled in the New England Aquarium North Atlantic Right Whale Catalog and the people who worked to protect her threatened migration routes along the eastern US and her calving grounds off the coasts of Georgia and Florida.
Remains of the headless North Atlantic right whale, measuring 23ft (7m) long and weighing half a tonne (500kg), were dug up at Bay Wharf, Greenwich, southeast London.
Office of Naval Research to pay for a study of the highly endangered North Atlantic Right Whales, and it was arguably Mate's biggest turning point.
Researchers at NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Science Center have identified this new breeding ground, after reports that a large number of North Atlantic right whales have been seen in the Gulf of Maine in recent days.