Mats

Mats is a masculine given name, the Scandinavian form of Matthew.

MATS as an acronym may refer to:

  • Montgomery Area Transit System, the public transportation in Montgomery, Alabama
  • Metropolitan Adelaide Transport Study, an abandoned transport scheme for the city of Adelaide.
  • Measurements with Advanced Trapping Systems, an Helmholtz research group for young investigators.
  • Military Air Transport Service, a defunct command of the United States Air Force.
  • Car mats, used to keep your vehicle dirt free.
  • Mercury and Air Toxics Standards

The 'Mats is a nickname for rock band The Replacements.

Other articles related to "mats":

List Of 1984 Winter Olympics Medal Winners - Ice Hockey
... SWE) Thomas Åhlén Per-Eric Eklund Thom Eklund Bo Ericsson Håkan Eriksson Peter Gradin Mats Hessel Michael Hjälm Göran Lindblom Tommy Mörth Håkan Nordin Rolf Ridderwall Jens Öhling Thomas ...
Microbial Mat - Role in The History of Life - The Cambrian Substrate Revolution
... organisms began to burrow vertically for protection or food, breaking down the microbial mats, and thus allowing water and oxygen to penetrate a considerable distance below the surface and kill ... substrate revolution, marine microbial mats are confined to environments in which burrowing is non-existent or negligible very harsh environments, such as hyper-saline lagoons or ...
Mats Öberg
... Mats Öberg (born 1972) is a Swedish pianist perhaps best known for having played with the musician Frank Zappa as a guest in 1988 and for his part in the "Zappa's Universe ... He is also a member or Mats/Morgan Band, a band with fellow "Zappa's Universe" drummer, Morgan Ågren ... Mats Öberg is blind since birth ...
Microbial Mat - Role in The History of Life - The Earliest Mats
... Microbial mats are among the oldest clear signs of life, as stromatolites have been found in sediments from 3,500 million years ago in Australia ... At that early stage the mats' structure may already have been similar to that of modern mats that do not include photosynthesizing bacteria ... It is even possible that non-photosynthesizing mats were present as early as 4,000 million years ago ...