Are there any community colleges in Virginia that have Aquatic Biology or Fisheries Management Majors?

Question by the_beast_inme: Are there any community colleges in Virginia that have Aquatic Biology or Fisheries Management Majors?
Looking to go back to school, Can’t seem to find what I’m looking for. Are there other Majors that deal mostly with what I want.?

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Answer by alok_30j
http://www.uscollegesearch.org/marine–aquatic-biology-colleges.html. Click on the link it has a list of colleges and Universities in the USA.

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Richmond CVB.(Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau information on Richmond, Virginia)(Brief Article): An article from: Association Management

Richmond CVB.(Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau information on Richmond, Virginia)(Brief Article): An article from: Association Management

This digital document is an article from Association Management, published by American Society of Association Executives on September 1, 2001. The length of the article is 446 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Richmond CVB.(Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau information on Richmond, Virginia)(Brief Article)
Publication: Association Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: September 1, 2001
Publisher: American Society of Association Executives
Volume: 53 Issue: 9 Page: A36

Article Type: Brief Article

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Home Range, Hibernacula Fidelity, and Best Management Practices for Wood Turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) in Virginia.

Home Range, Hibernacula Fidelity, and Best Management Practices for Wood Turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) in Virginia.

Guidelines for timber harvesting, road construction, road maintenance, and other land use practices are needed for wood turtle (Glyptemys insculpta) management in the extreme southern part of their range. The development and implementation of best management practices can be an important tool in the conservation of the wood turtle. Currently specific guidelines do not exist for the southern range of the wood turtle and it is not known if behaviors are similar to northern populations.
We radio tracked 36 individual wood turtles from two populations in western Virginia to determine their home range, seasonal occupancy of buffer zones, and the annual fidelity to hibernacula.
There were no differences in the home ranges between Site 1 (14.99 ha) and the Site 2 populations (16.07 ha). Both populations have greater home ranges than reported for most northern populations. No significant differences were found between the home ranges of male and female wood turtles in the Site 2 population while Site 1 females (10.35 ha) had a smaller home range then males (24.27 ha).
Wood turtle movements within seasonal buffer zones (instream; 10 m, 30 m; 60 m; >90 m) were examined to help create land use guidelines. No wood turtles from either population were found greater than 10 m away from the stream during the winter season. During the spring and fall seasons 95 % of the wood turtle locations were found within 30 m of the stream. Wood turtles moved farthest from stream during the summer; however, 93 % of recorded locations were within 90 m of the stream.
There was no fidelity to winter hibernacula between 2006 and 2007 for males from either the Site 1 (0/4) or the Site 2 populations (0/4). Fidelity to hibernacula for females was 50% for both the Site 1 (2/4) and Site 2 (2/4) populations.
Four male wood turtles moved great distances (6.6 to 19.8 km). One wood turtle moved into a different watershed, extending the southern range of the species by 10 km.
Wood turtle populations in the extreme southern range need specific guidelines and best management practices to account for their differences with more northern populations.
Guidelines for timber harvesting, road construction, road maintenance, and other land use practices are needed for wood turtle (Glyptemys insculpta) management in the extreme southern part of their range. The development and implementation of best management practices can be an important tool in the conservation of the wood turtle. Currently specific guidelines do not exist for the southern range of the wood turtle and it is not known if behaviors are similar to northern populations.
We radio tracked 36 individual wood turtles from two populations in western Virginia to determine their home range, seasonal occupancy of buffer zones, and the annual fidelity to hibernacula.
There were no differences in the home ranges between Site 1 (14.99 ha) and the Site 2 populations (16.07 ha). Both populations have greater home ranges than reported for most northern populations. No significant differences were found between the home ranges of male and female wood turtles in the Site 2 population while Site 1 females (10.35 ha) had a smaller home range then males (24.27 ha).
Wood turtle movements within seasonal buffer zones (instream; 10 m, 30 m; 60 m; >90 m) were examined to help create land use guidelines. No wood turtles from either population were found greater than 10 m away from the stream during the winter season. During the spring and fall seasons 95 % of the wood turtle locations were found within 30 m of the stream. Wood turtles moved farthest from stream during the summer; however, 93 % of recorded locations were within 90 m of the stream.
There was no fidelity to winter hibernacula between 2006 and 2007 for males from either the Site 1 (0/4) or the Site 2 populations (0/4). Fidelity to hibernacula for females was 50% for both the Site 1 (2/4) and Site 2 (2/4) populations.
Four male wood turtles moved great distances (6.6 to 19.8 km). One wood turtle moved into a different watershed, extending the southern range of the species by 10 km.
Wood turtle populations in the extreme southern range need specific guidelines and best management practices to account for their differences with more northern populations.

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Wash., W. Virginia Have Accreditation Woes.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

Wash., W. Virginia Have Accreditation Woes.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

This digital document is an article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on December 20, 1999. The length of the article is 575 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Wash., W. Virginia Have Accreditation Woes.
Author: Jim Connolly
Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: December 20, 1999
Publisher: The National Underwriter Company
Volume: 103 Issue: 51 Page: 5

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NAIC accredits Virginia, N.D., Colo. & Minn. (National Association of Insurance Commissioners, state insurance departments that meet solvency oversight … & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

NAIC accredits Virginia, N.D., Colo. & Minn. (National Association of Insurance Commissioners, state insurance departments that meet solvency oversight … & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

This digital document is an article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on June 15, 1992. The length of the article is 559 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

From the supplier: Minnesota, North Dakota, Colorado and Virginia Departments of Insurance received accreditation for meeting National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) solvency oversight standards at the organization’s Washington, DC, summer meeting. Nine other states had previously been accredited. NAIC Pres William H. McCartney scheduled the next state accreditation vote for the winter Atlanta, GA, meeting but concealed names of states to be considered thereby saving them from admitting they may have some poor regulatory policies.

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Title: NAIC accredits Virginia, N.D., Colo. & Minn. (National Association of Insurance Commissioners, state insurance departments that meet solvency oversight standards)
Author: L.H. Otis
Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: June 15, 1992
Publisher: The National Underwriter Company
Issue: n24 Page: p4(1)

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Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.: An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

This digital document is an article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on February 12, 1990. The length of the article is 1041 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Virginia House votes to let banks sell insurance.
Author: Evelyn Gilbert
Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: February 12, 1990
Publisher: The National Underwriter Company
Issue: n7 Page: p2(2)

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Intergraph and Fairfax County, VA, Partner for Incident Management

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Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch gave a lecture on Time Management at the University of Virginia in November 2007. Randy Pausch — www.randypausch.com — is a virtual reality pioneer, human-computer interaction researcher, co-founder of Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center — http — and creator of the Alice — www.alice.org — software project. The slides for this lecture and high-res downloadable versions of this and other lectures can be found at www.cs.virginia.edu

Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management: International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March 24-26, 2003, Revised and Invited Papers Reviews

Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management: International Symposium AMKM 2003, Stanford, CA, USA, March 24-26, 2003, Revised and Invited Papers

This book presents a coherent and well-balanced collection of revised papers focusing on agent-mediated knowledge management. Most of the papers are extended and improved versions of work presented at the Symposium on Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management, AMKM 2003, held during the AAAI Spring Symposium in Stanford, CA, USA in March 2003; also included are 3 special articles, including a detailed introduction to the topic by the volume editors.

The 28 papers are organized in topical sections on collaboration and peer-to-peer support

– agent-based community support

– agent models for knowledge and organizations

– context and personalization

– ontologies and semantic Web

– agents and knowledge engineering.

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AIA argues against auto proposal in Va. (American Insurance Association): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

AIA argues against auto proposal in Va. (American Insurance Association): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

This digital document is an article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on March 27, 1989. The length of the article is 5743 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: AIA argues against auto proposal in Va. (American Insurance Association)
Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 27, 1989
Publisher: The National Underwriter Company
Issue: n13 Page: p37(1)

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