The Study of Environmental Arctic Change program runs an informal "sea ice outlook" in which people predict how much ice they think will be left at the end of the season, and why.
What does SEARCH stand for?
SEARCH stands for Study of Environmental Arctic Change (University of Washington Applied Physics Lab; Seattle, WA)
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See other definitions of SEARCH
We have 18 other meanings of SEARCH in our Acronym Attic
- Seek, Evaluate, Analyze, Research, Challenge, and Hypothesize (education)
- Self-Employed Arts-Related Contractors for Hire (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Servitude and Emancipation Archival Research Clearinghouse
- Sexism, Ethnicity, Ageism, Racism, Culturalism, and Homophobia
- Southeast Alberta Racial and Community Harmony Society (Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada)
- Southwestern Endangered Aridland Resource Clearing House
- Special Education And Research for Children
- Stand-Off Detection Early Warning Agents of Biological Origin, Radiological Chemical System
- Strategic Extraction and Analysis of Recent Credit History
- Students Exploring Academic Reaching Creative Horizons
- Supernatural Entity Anomaly Research & Cryptid Hunters
- System for the Electronic Analysis and Retrieval of Criminal Histories (now the National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics)
- Sea/Air Search Exercise
- Sea-Air Exchanges (Study)
- South Eastern Amateur Radio Group (Ireland, UK)
- Southern and Eastern African Rabies Group (est. 1993)
- Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
- Shanghai Electrical Apparatus Research Institute (China)
- South East Asia Regional Initiatives for Community Empowerment (Philippines)
- Southeast Asia Regional Institute for Community Education (Philippines)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It focuses on US federal observing activities in the Arctic and subarctic as they relate to the development of AON to advance the goals of the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH) program.