small scale

small scale

[′smȯl ′skāl]
(graphic arts)
A scale involving a large reduction in size, for example, 1:1,000,000; small-scale chart covers a large area.

small scale

A map having a scale of 1:1,000,000 or smaller. In aerial photographs, its RF (representative fraction) is between 125,000 and 149,999.
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Alfredo Genetiano, chief of the MGB-CAR's mine management division, the prerequisites for the FPIC and the FPIC process itself are the most challenging to comply with as the documentary requirements for the conduct of FPIC are too technical for small scale miners while the FPIC process takes time.
The Minister Livestock and Fisheries Muhammad Ali Malkani said that the government will interact with all stakeholders and consult with them to proper implement the voluntary guidelines for securing sustainable small scale fisheries.
Now in a completely revised, updated, and expanded second edition, "The Complete Guide to Small-Scale Farming: Everything You Need to Know about Raising Beef and Dairy Cattle, Rabbits, Ducks, and Other Small Animals" by Melissa Nelson is an exceptionally well written, organized and presented instruction guide and manual that will enable even the most novice of small scale farmers to succeed in their efforts at animal husbandry.
7076, also known as the People's Small Scale Mining Act of 1991, would also ensure environmental protection and mine safety.
Malacanang on Monday said small scale mining in Mindanao has contributed to the death toll in the entry of tropical depression "Agaton.
This study highlights women's participation in small scale mining, and their occupational safety and health conditions.
The small scale mining sector remains viable and can reduce the current high unemployment rate significantly, said the Ministry of Mines and Energy's spokesperson, Lydia Amutenya, in an interview with the Economist.
From the automotive industry to the university research laboratory, this instrument is said to address the need for small scale testing with excellent waveform repeatability, according to the company.
1] However, the court suggested in a footnote that its holding may not apply in cases involving small scale plan amendments.
While some of the small-scale industries may be efficient because the divisibility of technology and the processes leads to specialisation in sub-processes at the small scale, yet the efficiency in a number of industries may be more apparent than real; the inefficient enterprises may have survived just by avoiding taxes or exploiting labour.
Karve Committee; District Industries Centres (DICs); Economic Reforms and Small-scale Industries; Abid Hussain Committee; Significance of Small Scale Industries; Policy Initiatives for Small Scale Industries; Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006; Globalisation and Small-scale Industries.

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