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Graduates of this program, particularly those who participated in field courses and extended field courses, occupy prestigious professional positions throughout the country, including directors of federal research and extension programs, university professors, state and federal fisheries and wildlife biologists, and research positions at museums, zoos, and international programs.
Extended field of view (EFOV) sonography has been recently utilized as a diagnostic modality for abdominal pregnancy.
This extended field of application for their systems is defined within the global assessment data, written by Warringtonfire Centre; an internationally recognised and UKAS approved reporting authority.
The authors, who are all from the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, concentrate on gray scale imaging with extensive use of extended field of view imaging, which permits better depiction of anatomic relationships and the extent of lesions.
Under the program, Protonex and Millennium Cell are integrating the latter's hydrogen energy system with the former's proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell system to provide an integrated fuel cell power source capable of delivering "critical soldier power for extended field missions.
BPO Solutions has almost concluded extended field test trials of a rural microsite deep in the UK countryside.
I cannot imagine quality teacher education that is not based on a rigorous academic curriculum alongside a series of increasingly complex and extended field experiences.
It can also be connected to a 12-volt battery for extended field use.
The system's extended field of vision maintains sharp focus from 8 to 36" throughout a procedure.
In March 2001, the 18th Engineer Company deployed to Fort Hunter-Liggett, California, for an extended field training exercise that stressed the company's ability to execute platoon-level combat-engineer missions.
Extended field research was conducted in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region in the interior of the province of British Columbia (estimated population between 40,000 and 60,000 of which 10 to 15 per cent are Aboriginals) and particularly in the township of Williams Lake (pop.

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