Authors are Sanchez, superintendent of the Petroglyph National Monument and Spanish Colonial Research Center at the University of New Mexico, and Miller, a research historian at the center.
What does PETR stand for?
PETR stands for Petroglyph National Monument (US National Park Service)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of PETR
- Preservice Education for Teachers of Minorities (University of Hawaii; Manoa, HI)
- People for the Ethical Treatment of People
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Plants (humor)
- Polyethylene Terephthalate
- Priority Education Training Program (Australia)
- Potential Endorsed TEMPEST Products List
- Petrography Permeametry Report (energy exploration)
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Pumpkins
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Rednecks
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Robots
- Petroleum pipeline and TeRminal Operating
- Jordan News Agency
- Pan European Transport Area (long-distance transport corridors concept)
- Parameter Estimation for the Treatment of Reactivity Applications
- Performance Enhancing Transport Architecture (satellite communications)
- Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association (est. 2009)
- Planning, Evaluation, Training, Rehearsal and Analysis
- Positron-Elektron-Tandem-Ringanlage (Positron Electron Tandem Ring Accelerator)
- Pre-Exit Telemetry Retransmission and Amplification (system for vertical launching systems)
- Product Event Tracking Reporting and Analysis (process manufacturing industry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lisa Cherniak, Executive Director Artists Against Racism Toronto, Ontario, Canada Our Coalition was pleased to see the coverage you gave John Black and his Black Ranch development plans, which threaten the Petroglyph National Monument (see "The Desert's Open Veins," Currents, July/August 1998).
The meanings of the images carved by American Indians and early Spanish settlers onto the thick volcanic rock of Petroglyph National Monument may never be fully understood.
If Paseo del Norte is built right through the Petroglyph National Monument, claim the Navajo, it will open up a 6,700-acre real estate development named Black Ranch to ready buyers on the expanding west side of Albuquerque.