migration area

migration area

[mī′grā·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(nucleonics)
One-sixth the mean square distance that a neutron travels in a medium from its birth in fission until its absorption.
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In a letter dated February 18, South Sudan deputy minister of interior Salva Mathok Gengdit asked "individuals" owning shops and restaurants built within "the piece of land offered to the national government as custom and migration area since August 2012.
Abu Dhabi is a busy migration area for birds and the species count is over 300.
The hope for many of the people working in the migration area is that eventually we'll see a borderless world where it is possible for people who truly qualify to be able to pick up their bags and go anywhere they want to go.
The rear of the property overlooks Cape Island Creek, which is a bird migration area.
This relationship will enable staff from Syntel's Migration Center of Excellence (CoE) to connect and collaborate with other experts in the mainframe migration area, to receive support from Microsoft on the latest software products and migration tools, and to raise awareness of the advantages of moving from the mainframe to newer, more flexible platforms.
Slow-moving whales are highly vulnerable to ship strikes, since many of their feeding and migration areas overlap with shipping lanes.
A Scottish Power spokeswoman described the accident as "unfortunate" and said the company had installed pre-ventative measures such as deflectors in bird migration areas such as estuaries.
Besides removing foxes, the federal and state wildlife agencies closed Aleutian Canada goose hunting in wintering and migration areas, banded birds on the breeding grounds to identify important wintering and migrations areas, and released families of wild geese on fox-free islands in the Aleutians.
The benefits provided to us as an SAP Services Partner will enhance the offerings that we deliver to our ERP customer base, especially in the technical development, turnkey implementations, SAP application modifications and legacy systems migration areas, and we are delighted to have achieved the designation.
government's actions preserve core calving and migration areas for two of the state's largest caribou herds, maintaining critical subsistence resources for more than 40 communities in northern and western Alaska.
Besides removing foxes, FWS and State wildlife biologists closed wintering and migration areas to the hunting of Canada geese, banded birds on the breeding grounds to identify important wintering and migrations areas, and released families of wild geese caught on Buldir Island onto other fox-free islands in the Aleutians.

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