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    Wildlife Conservation Multiple communities, habitats, environments, and ecosystems all coexist with each other to form our planet, Earth. Included in these communities, habitats, environments, and ecosystems are thousands of different species. These species, over centuries, have developed symbiotic relationships with each other as a way of survival. In other words, this “Circle of Life” has been established and for centuries has been effective enough to sustain Earth’s species. However, what happens when one of these relationships turns parasitic? What happens when a foreigner invades a habitat and damages the relationships established by the species? Humans are one of the most egocentric species. Their main concern is getting the resources…

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    According to Piaget’s theory in child development, conservation is the understanding that something stays the same in quantity even though its appearance changes. To be more technical, conservation is the ability to understand that redistributing material does not affect its mass, number, volume or length. In cognitive psychology, the principle that properties of substance such as weight and mass remain the same (are conserved) when superficial characteristics such as their shapes or arrangement…

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    The Law of Conservation of Mass is a system where an isolated system cannot be created or destroyed by a chemical reaction or physical transforms. (from the website: https://courses.lumenlearning.com/introchem/chapter/the-law-of-conservation-of-mass/).The Law states that mass of products in the reaction must be equal to the reactans or the things that causes the reactants.Again from the same website.The History behind it is that the Greeks were the first to come up with the idea,but it wasn’t…

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    Conservation criminology is an interdisciplinary study of the exploitation of the environment we humans have, while thinking about the consequences our environmental exploitation has on society. The first example of conservation crimes is releasing chemicals or toxins in the environment like estrogen based-pharmaceuticals, antidepressants, and anticonvulsants in aquatic ecosystems. It might not be illegal in some cases, but it's a conservation crime because it affects the aquatic life which can…

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    actions are in an effort for total or partial conservation, which came forth in the late eighteen hundreds. The Conservation Movement, which occurred from eighteen-fifty to nineteen-twenty, was to act as an effort to protect America's wildlife, wildlands, and natural resources. However, conservation then and now has been, mostly, for humans. In fact, the conservation movement was created when cities in America became overcrowded after mass industrialization. Conservation was not originally for…

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    Current conservation programs are focused on the species level because in order to develop a strategy for conserving biodiversity, a substantial awareness of the abundance and distribution of species throughout the world is required (Textbook pg. 53,60). Our current knowledge of the amount of species present on Earth is imprecise for a variety of reasons; however, in order to move forward with protecting biodiversity, conservation biologists must have at least minimal knowledge of what they are…

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    and resources to save themselves from the brink of extinction. They also helped to raise the awareness of animal conservation worldwide. Opposing this viewpoint, some see the pandas as furry black-and-white money pits, who were already on the brink of extinction, but somehow managed to divert the much-needed funds from the other animals who were less adorable but still equally deserving to be protected. But regardless of where…

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    This assignment will discuss key stakeholders such as aid institutions, non-governmental organizations, and international conservation agencies (Zimmerer, 2000). These stake holders play a role in the arrangement and management of resources. During the process of making arrangements and managing resources there may be shortcomings that arise. This assignment will discuss some of these shortcomings. Following, this assignment will discuss how the article The Reworking of Conservation Geographies:…

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    Conservation Officer Protecting nature, catching criminals, and enjoying the great outdoors, there's nothing like the daily life of a conservation officer. In the criminal filled world of the outdoors we need someone to protect and keep it safe. Who could this be you may ask? The answer is conservation officers. Officers enforce fish and game laws and work to help and protect nature. The great outdoors is a wonderful place, but the truth is there are some bad people out there. Often…

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    Fota Wildlife Park John Lawlor T00172305 Why is conservation important: Conservation is the protection and maintenance of populations of plants and animals. It requires the protection of ecosystems and the biodiversity in these ecosystems. 'Biological diversity – or biodiversity – is the term given to the variety of life on Earth. It is the variety within and between all species of plants, animals and micro-organisms and the ecosystems within which they live and interact.'(Wwf.org.au, n.d.)…

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