Rodgers Centre for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 955 Oliver Road Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada P7B 5E1 E-mail: art.
What does OMNR stand for?
OMNR stands for Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Canada)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 2 other meanings of OMNR in our Acronym Attic
- Operation and Maintenance of Navigation Installations
- Opportunities for Micronutrient Interventions Project
- Oppose Militancy & Neutralize Invasion (Gundam Seed anime)
- Organising Medical Networked Information
- Output Matching Network Impedance
- Overseas Moving Network Institute
- Organizational Modelling of Information Systems (systems approach to business modeling to create an information system)
- Omnidirectional Vision (workshop)
- Workshop on Omni-Directional Vision (IEEE)
- Organic Material Non-Methane Hydrocarbon Equivalent
Samples in periodicals archive:
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Discovery Air Inc on Tuesday said that its subsidiary Air Tindi Ltd has been called in by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources to help with ongoing efforts to protect residents of Northwestern Ontario from numerous forest fires currently affecting the region.
Steve Kerr, biologist with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, recently published a major survey of walleye stocking activities in North America.
The mobile made out of the dew claws of the caribou hangs over the table in the cabin on Trout Lake, a cabin that has become the focus of a struggle between the Ontario ministry of natural resources (MNR) and the Namekosipiiw Anishinaapek, the descendants of the people who once lived on this land in northwestern Ontario.
Greater metropolitan Toronto has been free of reported cases of rabies in red foxes for a decade (1997-2006) and is a notable success for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources rabies control programs.
The current contract with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources is worth $1 million, he reported.
Lavalley said he supports "control" of the fishery and said he believes the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources should be the agency controlling it.