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EIA a.k.a. Ensemble Instrumental de l'Ariège - dir Eric Villevière is a musical group.


  1. EIA a.k.a. Energy Information Administration: The U.S. Energy Information Administration is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System responsible for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. EIA programs cover data on coal, petroleum, natural gas, electric, renewable and nuclear energy. EIA is part of the U.S. Department of Energy.
  2. EIA a.k.a. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction: Exercise-induced asthma, or E.I.A., occurs when the airways narrow as a result of exercise. The preferred term for this condition is exercise-induced bronchoconstriction; exercise does not cause asthma, but is frequently an asthma trigger.
  3. EIA a.k.a. Equine infectious anemia or equine infectious anaemia, also known by horsemen as swamp fever, is a horse disease caused by a retrovirus and transmitted by bloodsucking insects. The virus is endemic in the Americas, parts of Europe, the Middle and Far East, Russia, and South Africa. The virus is a lentivirus, like human immunodeficiency virus. Like HIV, EIA can be transmitted through blood, saliva, milk, and body secretions. Transmission is primarily through biting flies, such as the horse-fly and deer-fly. The virus survives up to 4 hours in the carrier. Contaminated surgical equipment and recycled needles and syringes, and bits can transmit the disease. Mares can transmit the disease to their foals via the placenta. The risk of transmitting the disease is greatest when an infected horse is ill, as the blood levels of the virus are then highest.
  4. EIA a.k.a. Euro International Film is a film production and distribution company.

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Google previewEnvironmental Impact Assessment (2014)

A Comparative Review by Chris Wood

EIA is a means of evaluating the likely consequences of a proposed major action which will significantly affect the environment, before that action is taken.This new edition of Wood's key text provides an authoritative, international review ...

Google previewInformation Technology Strategy and Management: Best Practices (2009)

Best Practices by Chew, Eng K.

EIM is the implementation vehicle for the Gartner Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA) (Newman & Blechar, 2007). EIA is a discipline that details the enterprise's information strategies, its extended information value chain, and its impact on ...

Google previewIntegrated Life-Cycle and Risk Assessment for Industrial Processes (2003)

by Guido Sonnemann, Michael Tsang, Francesc Castells, Marta Schuhmacher

Thus EIA is an analytical procedure oriented to determine ...

Google previewMining Environment (1996)

by B.B. Dhar, D.N. Thakur

Key Steps to EIA EIA is a dynamic process of evaluation, review, and reformulation of project options until a consistent view emerges of the likely impact of the options. Key steps in this process are : - identification (what will happen as a result ...

Google previewUsing Risk Analysis for Flood Protection Assessment (2017)

by Martina Zeleňáková, Lenka Zvijáková

EIA is a systematic approach to identifying and evaluating positive and negative impacts on components of the environment that may arise from the implementation of infrastructure projects or policies (Petts 1999; Wang et al. 2006 ; Gilbuena et ...

Google previewMethods of Environmental Impact Assessment (2009)

by Peter Morris, Riki Therivel

EIA is a constantly evolving and improving process. If the trends of the last two decades continue, today's EIA best practice will be tomorrow's minimal regulatory requirement. The basis of this book is a unit on Oxford Brookes University's MSc ...

Google previewRationality and the Environment (2012)

Decision-making in Environmental Politics and Assessment by Bo Elling

Wood, 1995,pp1–3 Also Sheate, who tends to see the process from an environmental organizational viewpoint, defines the process within this form of understanding: EIA is a process by which the likely significant effects of a proposal on the ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopaedia Of Science And Technology Education (11 Vols. Set)

by Digumarti Bhaskara Rao

Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is another technology that has been transferred to the Philippines. Its assimilation has been long and painful taking 15 years, but today most sectors of society ...

Google previewDictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility (2015)

CSR, Sustainability, Ethics and Governance by Samuel O. Idowu, Nicholas Capaldi, Matthias S. Fifka, Liangrong Zu, René Schmidpeter

Ayc ̧a Tokuc ̧ An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a useful tool in the early stages of a decision-making process, since it identifies and predicts the environmental implications of a proposal, ideally as part of a transparent, ...

Google previewDictionary of Video and Television Technology (2002)

by Keith Jack, Vladimir Tsatsulin

EIA Linearity Chart effects switcher An electronic switcher that activates the generation control and coordination of special effects. EFP Electronic Field Production. EGA Enhanced Graphics Adapter. A video display adapter, introduced by IBM ...

Google previewHorseman's Veterinary Encyclopedia, Revised and Updated (2005)

by Equine Research

Equine infectious anemia (EIA) is an infectious disease of the blood that is caused by a virus. “Swamp fever” is characterized by a long, ...

Google previewFiber Optics Illustrated Dictionary (2002)

by J.K. Petersen

EIA/TIA Cable Transmission Categories European Remote- Sensing Satellite (ERS) Sensing Instruments Abbreviation/Description A synthetic-aperture radar. users to check newsgroups for postings under a particular name.

Google previewThe Dictionary of Human Geography (2011)

by Derek Gregory, Ron Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts, Sarah Whatmore

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was introduced in the USA in 1969 under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). It is now a legal requirement in many countries, provinces/states and in some cities. International institutions ...

Google previewCommunications Standard Dictionary (2012)

by Martin Weik

Electronic Industries Association (EIA) function, navigation, and engine instrument displays, (b) data link functions, and (c) radio communications capabilities. Electronic Industries Association (EIA): An association of organizations that are ...

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