Application of a Regional Water Quality Effort to Meet National Water Priorities: The Mississippi Delta Management Systems Evaluation Area Mary Nett, Martin Locke, Dean Pennington, eds.
What does SEA stand for?
SEA stands for Systems Evaluation Area
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- Military and Government
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- Supplier Excellence Alliance (Irvine, CA)
- Supply Excellence Award (US Army)
- Support Electronics Assembly
- Survey on Economic Attitudes
- Swaziland Environmental Authority
- Swedish Energy Agency
- Symposium on Experimental Algorithms
- Syrian Electronic Army (computer hackers)
- Systems Engineering Association
- Systems Enhancement Associates
- NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command) Chief Engineer for Logistics
- NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command) Chief Engineer for Logistics, Technical Data Division
- South East Asia Influenza Clinical Research Network
- Seaborne Expeditionary Assets for Littoral Access Necessary in Contested Environments (US Navy)
- S. Aureus and Staphylococcal Enterotoxins A and B
- South East Asia Architecture Students Ideas Platform
- South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami (blog)
- Système Enzymatique Anti-Infection (French: Enzymatic Anti-Infection System)
- South East Asia, Middle East, Western Europe (fiber optic connections)
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (also seen as SEATAC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Researchers planted the Bt cotton near Beasley Lake in Sunflower County -- one of three watersheds within the ARS Mississippi Delta Management Systems Evaluation Area project.
Begun in 1990, the Management Systems Evaluation Areas (MSEA) was an unprecedented water quality effort led by two USDA agencies--the Agricultural Research Service and the Cooperative State Research Service (now the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, CSREES)--and universities.
In 1990, a long-term, multiagency project focusing on water quality, called the Management Systems Evaluation Area (MSEA, pronounced mee-sa) program, was begun.