Five, ten, or even fifteen years from now, when ecologists, wildlife biologists, conservationists and environmentalists worldwide look for an example to follow for future island restoration partnerships and efforts to remove feral animals, the San Nicolas Island Seabird Restoration Project will be at the top of the list.
What does SNI stand for?
SNI stands for San Nicolas Island (US Navy operated instrumentation site)
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- Spanish National Health System
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- Steamtown National Historic Site (Scranton, PA)
- Sierra Nevada Horse Show Association (Reno, NV)
- Standard Normal Homogeneity Test
- Swiss Network on Health Technology Assessment
- Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester, NH, USA)
- Special Needs Housing Unit
- Second National Health Week
- Saline Nasal Irrigation (upper respiratory therapy)
- Sanity Not Included
- SCC Network Interface
- Schneider National Carriers, Inc.
- Scripps Networks Interactive (lifestyle content)
- Secure Network Infrastructure
- Secure Network Interface (web server)
- Senior Network, Incorporated
- Serial Network Interface
- Server Name Indication (networking protocol)
- Service Network Interface
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By the early 1990s, declines were observed on San Nicolas Island (VanBlaricom 1993) and north of Point Conception on the mainland to Government Point, Santa Barbara County (Altstatt et al.
Ortega, USN, (Gold Star in Lieu of Third Award), Air Cargo Division Leading Chief Petty Officer, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center San Diego, San Nicolas Island Detachment, Calif.
military had happened upon sunken whales near San Nicolas Island off the California coast.
Inevitably, most of the squadron's cherished Phantoms end up as realistic targets for hungry new missile systems during live missile tests conducted from San Nicolas Island off the southern California coast.
On San Nicolas Island, the fox population is estimated to be approximately 738.
A new chapter in otter recovery began in 1987, when state and federal biologists attempted to start a breeding colony at Navy-owned San Nicolas Island, about 62 miles off the Los Angeles County coast.