SSHA


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SSHA

Abbreviation for:
Society of Sexual Health Advisers
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In addition, there were high probabilities of occurrence of Pacific saury at low to moderate EKE and positive SSHA values.
To our knowledge, this study was the first attempt to use both EKE and SSHA to describe potential fishing habitat of Pacific saury in relation to mesoscale oceanography variability.
We also recognize the use of OLS images downloaded from the Satellite Image Database System of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, SST and chl-a data from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, and SSHA and geostrophic velocity data from the AVISO website.
The test-retest reliabilities for all of the abbreviated SSHA subscales were satisfactory: DA: 0.
Zero-order Pearson correlations were computed to assess the relationships between the student drinking variables and the abbreviated SSHA subscales, and t-tests examined mean differences between subgroups of interest (e.
2] indicates that the inclusion of the second set of variables (here, the SSHA subscale scores) enhances the prediction of the outcome variable; a nonsignificant change in the [R.
SSHA is an agency of the Ontario MOHLTC, responsible for electronically connecting health care professionals to each other and to patient information.
SSHA and SST images were matched with the 9-km-resolution spatial scale for chlorophyll-a concentrations.
EOF analysis was applied to the raw weekly data set of SSHA and SST and monthly data of chlorophylla concentrations because of a lack of data in many of the weekly images.
As a Director of Client Services at SSHA, Dave Merek has proven his very capable leadership abilities.
bartramii, as a short-lived (l-year) species, is usually aggregated in the waters with favorable ranges of SST, SSS, SSHA, and chl a.
Because near real-time environmental variables such as SST, chl a, and SSHA can be easily measured by remote sensing, an HSI modeling approach has great potential for estimating abundance (which will be used for resource management), and for forecasting fishing grounds.