intensive management

intensive management

The continuous process by which the supported and supporting commanders, the Services, transportation component commands, and appropriate Defense agencies ensure that movement data in the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System time-phased force and deployment data for the initial days of deployment and/or mobilization are current to support immediate execution.
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They also blame changes in the uplands, such as the destruction T up of peat bogs, afforestation and more intensive management of farmland for adversely affecting their breeding habitat.
Pregnant women living with diabetes need intensive management including frequent blood-glucose monitoring -- up to eight times a day -- to ensure a healthy outcome for both mother and baby during and after the pregnancy.
37 kg/h/d in intensive management system (ISM) and semi-intensive management system (SISM), respectively.
The kids of group A were reared under semi intensive management system (concentrates and open grazing) whereas kids of group B were kept under intensive management system (concentrates and green fodder).
With intensive management, many adult cats survive but it is still a regular killer of young and elderly cats.
1c] and blood sugar checks are similar between those with and without ASD, and thus similar intensive management can be recommended for this group.
These require intensive management to produce a large Predator control AS far as I know there are no longer any driven grouse moors in Wales.
We will be using our intensive management skills to enhance and strengthen the investment.
More intensive management of high blood pressure achieved an average 7.
More intensive management of high blood pressure below a commonly recommended target significantly reduces rates of cardiovascular disease, and lowers risk of death in a group of adults 50 years and older with high blood pressure, according to the initial results of a landmark clinical trial--Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT) --sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.
Bruce Dale gave an excellent overview on intensive management, and Todd Brinkman discussed how an HDW approach can inform Alaskan moose management in the future.
With some investment and intensive management they would make a good market item.

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