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Conservation

Meanings and phrases

conservation

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n.
  1. an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change; preservation
  2. the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources
  3. (physics) the maintenance of a certain quantities unchanged during chemical reactions or physical transformations

conservation of charge

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n.
  1. the principle that the total electric charge of a system remains constant despite changes inside the system; conservation of electricity

conservation of electricity

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n.
  1. the principle that the total electric charge of a system remains constant despite changes inside the system; conservation of charge

conservation of energy

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n.
  1. the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes; law of conservation of energy; first law of thermodynamics
E.g.
  • the direction) is to use (conservation of energy).
  • This is referred to as conservation of energy.
  • Also he was an advocate of the law of conservation of energy.

conservation of mass

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n.
  1. a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system; conservation of matter; law of conservation of mass; law of conservation of matter

conservation of matter

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n.
  1. a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system; conservation of mass; law of conservation of mass; law of conservation of matter

conservation of momentum

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n.
  1. the principle that the total linear momentum in a closed system is constant and is not affected by processes occurring inside the system

conservation of parity

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n.
  1. (physics) parity is conserved in a universe in which the laws of physics are the same in a right-handed system of coordinates as in a left-handed system; parity; space-reflection symmetry; mirror symmetry

law of conservation of energy

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n.
  1. the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes; conservation of energy; first law of thermodynamics

law of conservation of mass

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system; conservation of mass; conservation of matter; law of conservation of matter

law of conservation of matter

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system; conservation of mass; conservation of matter; law of conservation of mass

oil conservation

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n.
  1. the conservation of petroleum resources

soil conservation

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n.
  1. protection of soil against erosion or deterioration

water conservation

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n.
  1. the conservation of water resources
E.g.
  • An example of this is their water conservation program.
  • This has mostly been achieved through water conservation.
  • It opposes water conservation orders.

conservation status

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E.g.
  • The conservation status in Nova Scotia is yellow.
  • Some of them have a high conservation status.
  • Its conservation status is near-threatened.

conservation area

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  • The conservation area was created in January 2003.
  • The village was made a conservation area in 1977.
  • The church is also declared an urban conservation area.

conservation efforts

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  • Experts also stressed the need for strict conservation efforts.
  • This knowledge can be useful in mountain plover conservation efforts.
  • The government plays an active role in environmental conservation efforts.

nature conservation

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  • In 1939, the Bergwacht was also entrusted with nature conservation.
  • 30 parts of it with a total of 656 ha are under nature conservation.
  • He obtained his doctorate in the field of European nature conservation law.

conservation park

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  • The Eleanor River flows through the conservation park.
  • The conservation park has an area of .

energy conservation

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  • Cloud computing is also being talked about regarding energy conservation.
  • A special feature of the library is the attention given to energy conservation.
  • Thaksin also initiated a policy to encourage renewable energy and energy conservation.

conservation areas

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E.g.
  • It is one of the oldest known conservation areas in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • There 29 national parks of Costa Rica many conservation areas of Costa Rica.
  • It poses a significant threat to wildlife conservation areas and other reserves.

wildlife conservation

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E.g.
  • It poses a significant threat to wildlife conservation areas and other reserves.
  • They are designated as a Special Protection Area for wildlife conservation purposes.
  • Issues relating to wildlife conservation have been tackled aggressively under Meles Zenawi.

conservation work

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  • Vadim Evgenevich Garutt was engaged in conservation work.
  • Some conservation work was done in 1880–81.
  • This has previously included undertaking conservation work at Moseley Bog.

environmental conservation

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E.g.
  • The city is home to seven environmental conservation units.
  • The government plays an active role in environmental conservation efforts.
  • Nature Club Surat is actively starting projects to promote environmental conservation.

conservation projects

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  • Many conservation projects have been set up to preserve the red squirrel.
  • It is one of an increasing number of landscape scale conservation projects in the UK.

conservation measures

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  • There are currently no conservation measures in place for this species.
  • This change allowed for about half the population in the area - 1,247 families - to have land under conservation measures.
  • Other conservation measures are focusing on research, habitat management, education, and recruiting the help of private landowners.

conservation unit

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  • It contains the Mapuá Extractive Reserve, a sustainable use conservation unit created in 2005.
  • It holds 17% of the Bom Jesus Biological Reserve, a strictly protected conservation unit established in 2012.
  • The manga and original story's Todomo-Washio-Toribe trio was removed and the "Kerberos Riot" event was simplified and replaced by a self conservation unit, the "Jin-Roh Brigade".

conservation groups

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  • The plan was opposed by local residents and conservation groups, including the Sierra Club's New York branch and the National Audubon Society.
  • After a proposal to turn the area into a yacht harbor in the 1970s was thwarted by conservation groups, the bay is now a protected wetlands area.
  • The committee then proposed their strategy to different groups such as conservation groups, resources sectors, academic institutions, scientists, etc.

assessed its conservation

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  • It is a relatively common species and the IUCN has assessed its conservation status as being of "least concern".
  • The International Union for Conservation of Nature has assessed its conservation status as being of least concern.
  • The International Union for Conservation of Nature has assessed its conservation status as being "near threatened".

conservation and restoration

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  • Boysen was also involved in conservation and restoration of church organs from the 18th century.
  • The museum holds more than 400 instruments and has an active programme of conservation and restoration.
  • Over the years, Figueroa continued to advise the Chilean government and UNESCO on the conservation and restoration of archaeological sites.

conservation easement

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  • The land is protected through a conservation easement.
  • He also sought a conservation easement on .
  • Hill also agreed to donate the cost of a conservation easement on another .

marine conservation

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  • Ingram's career has been focused on marine conservation.
  • The Ocean Agency The Ocean Agency is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to marine conservation.
  • Takiora Ingram Takiora Ingram is a senior governmental policy advisor on marine conservation from the Cook Islands.

conservation organization

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  • As of 2000, it was reported to be the only conservation organization to focus entirely on island preservation.
  • The conservation organization Zoos Victoria has been involved in conducting surveys in order to find any surviving individuals.
  • All developments have conservation land set aside, either held by a conservation organization or protected by a conservation easement.

conservation programs

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  • earplugs and earmuffs), education, and hearing conservation programs.
  • It became a model for conservation programs that were implemented in the period after World War II.
  • China has instated environmental policies since the 1970s, and has one of the most extensive environmental conservation programs on paper.

conservation project

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  • It is part of the Brue Valley Living Landscape conservation project.
  • Also, near to Amsterdam is the Nekkeveld estate conservation project.

conservation units

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  • The city is home to seven environmental conservation units.
  • The park would be part of the proposed Trinational Biodiversity Corridor, which aims to provide forest connections between conservation units in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina in the Upper Paraná ecoregion.
  • Of these structures from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there are about 100,000 square meters in floor area, four of which have been registered as cultural heritage relics of Zhejiang province (Two of them have applied for being listed as national cultural conservation relics); nine are the cultural conservation units of Huzhou Municipality, and 20 are the cultural conservation relics of Nanxun Town, which was named the Famous Historic and Cultural Town by the People's Government of Zhejiang Province.

conservation biology

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  • Caughley advocated the use of the Declining Population Paradigm in conservation biology.
  • She then went to Imperial College to complete a PhD in conservation biology supervised by John Beddington.
  • That this is the first time that field biologists have written a book on conservation biology is a breakthrough in conservation biology.

conservation movement

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  • He became active in Taiwan's conservation movement shortly thereafter.
  • Housing was coming under threat and the heritage conservation movement was starting.
  • Its demolition became an early rallying point for the conservation movement in Sydney.

heritage conservation

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E.g.
  • Numerous heritage groups called it a "tragedy" in heritage conservation.
  • Housing was coming under threat and the heritage conservation movement was starting.
  • The church is protected by a heritage conservation easement under the "Ontario Heritage Act".

biodiversity conservation

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E.g.
  • Concern about biodiversity conservation remains strong within the country.
  • Hanski was also an active advocate of nature and biodiversity conservation, participating in public debates.
  • The bank is a key player in China's biotech industry and a pioneer in the nation's biodiversity conservation and bioresource development strategy.

conservation organizations

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  • More than 70 conservation organizations sent a letter to the Senate opposing her nomination.
  • The practicality of two conservation organizations operating in the same watershed was closely scrutinized in the 1960s.
  • Owners include private individuals, non-governmental conservation organizations, and several municipal, state and federal agencies.

conservation issues

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  • The family has also long been involved in environmental and conservation issues.
  • Their primary mandate was to bring attention to conservation issues that plagued the wildlife of Canada.
  • Apperson was a prolific author of pamphlets, newspaper and magazine articles regarding conservation issues.

conservation laws

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  • All of the conservation laws listed above are local conservation laws.
  • The conservation laws may be applied to a region of the flow called a "control volume".
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