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NCRP

ABbreviation for:
National Clinical Reference Panel, see there

NCRP

National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements.
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TABLE 9 Analysis Using NCRP Prison Admissions Data: Estimated Effects of Draft Eligibility and Military Service on Incarceration Years 1983-1991 1983 1984 1985 (1) (2) (3) (4) Panel A: Incarceration for a Violent Crime, White Males Estimated effect of -0.014 0.150 -0.034 0.144 eligibility per 10,000 (0.043) (0.134) (0.138) (0.140) Observations 16,443 1,827 1,827 1,827 Panel B: Incarceration for a Nonviolent Crime, White Males Estimated effect of -0.020 0.003 0.266 0.237 eligibility per 10,000 (0.088) (0.191) (0.176) (0.193) Observations 16,443 1,827 1,827 1,827 Panel C.
"NCRP makes a compelling case for how grant makers risk losing the forest by focusing on just one tree."
Quality Assurance for Diagnostic Imaging, NCRP Report No.99.
The main effect would be on the psychic of the population (ICRP, 2006; NCRP, 2010).
prisoners in our NCRP sample, which includes data from states other than
As a consequence--although no systematic studies are available--it is realistic to argue that pat downs can be unreliable (NCRP, 2004; Policy Report 2010; Airline Report, 2010).
The Master Plan follows objectives, policies, and principles narrated in National Capital Regional Plan (NCRP), but in doing so authorities seemed to have forgotten the differences in socio-economic structure and resource base of a medium sized city like Alwar and a metropolis like Delhi.
Of radiation protection NCRP for people exposed to radiation through their jobs are, as follows:
[21.] "National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, a practical guide to the determination of human exposure to radiofrequency fields," NCRP Report, No.
NCRP both recommend an annual exposure limit of 1 mSv (100 mrem) for
This article addresses the compatibility and quality of research that uses single and multiple data sources from the core accounting files provided by BJS: the Survey of Inmates in State Correctional Facilities, the National Corrections Reporting Program (NCRP) and the National Adult Correction Census.