Using experimental pasture areas within the CPER
, for example, the researchers are comparing traditional grazing methods to an adaptive management approach.
During rotation 15-03, Saber Junction 15, the commander of the 2d Cavalry Regiment emphasized the importance of CPERs
operations across the Regiment and held squadron commanders responsible for the treatment of CPERs
and collecting-point operations.
Ukrainian Canadian John Stokaluk, a CPer
, organized foreign miners as the vice-president of the Alberta-based Mineworkers Union (Seager 1981, 41).
Missing Variables Variable BUILTIME AREA WINU FILM OFFICE RETAIL HOTEL Subsistent 89 94 69 40 84 85 89 Missing 6 1 26 55 11 10 6 variable CCAPACITY CPER
HCAPACITY HPER BAS ACTIME ENERGY Subsistent 88 89 84 86 95 72 79 Missing 7 6 11 9 0 23 16 In statistics the usual methods to deal with missing data include mean/mode attribution method, regression attribution method and multiple attribution method (Grzymala-Busse and Hu 2000).
Complementation of one of these Turquoise mutants revealed a gene designated cpeR
. This gene may act as a global regulator.
The group manages and conducts research at the High Plains Grassland Research Station at Cheyenne, WY, and the Central Plains Experimental Range (CPER
) in northeastern Colorado.
Personalized e-merchandising, e-commerce, and initiatives such as Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPER
) are reshaping the Retail Application Market.
We conducted our research from May through September 1996 at the Central Plains Experimental Range (CPER
) in Weld County, Colorado, USA.
Capinera and Sechrist (1982b) sampled grasshoppers in shortgrass prairie at the Central Plains Experimental Range (CPER
) in northeastern Colorado in 1980-1981.
Sally becomes a radical rank-and-file activist (historically, she joined the CP, but mum's the word about that in the 1950s) fighting with a strong core of others, including a wonderful old shipfitter (also a CPer
), for a democratic union.