Conservation

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  • Conservation Of Caroline Williams's Article: Wildlife Conservation

    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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  • Piaget's Theory Of Conservation In Child Development

    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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  • Conservation Geographies: Nonequilibrium Landscapes And Nature Society Hybrids

    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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  • Pandas: Endangered Species Conservation

    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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  • Importance Of Biodiversity Conservation Essay

    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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  • The Five Factors That Affect The Conservation Of Water

    usage by 13% by the most productive ways possible. With about 2.05194 × 1013 gallons of water in CA reservoirs, we must focus on the most feasible five factors that affect how we use our resource, which include the following: residential, agricultural which links well with environmental, civic, commercial, and industrial. In the long run, we should consider possible limitations such as the likelihood of receiving no rain or snow as well as turn our attention to programs that center on properly…

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  • Conservation Biology Personal Statement

    To put it another way, a student can major in conservation biology and become a ‘conservation biologist,’ but this term also includes other specializations and careers, such as conservation ecology, in which conservation is the main emphasis. In nearly all conservation biology research and restoration projects, the goal is to protect the environment while educating and assisting local people who are affected by poor environmental conditions and unsustainable living practices. Although I do not…

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  • Summary: The Civilian Conservation Corps

    This poster, promoting the The Civilian Conservation Corps, demonstrates the patriarchal views of Canadian society during this time period. Its targeting of the male population, while completely dismissing the female public is evidence of the lack of job roles for women during the 1930’s. The art, depicting a young man holding an axe indicates the great value placed upon unskilled manual labour by the government. This poster is an example of bias in the way that it fails to mention the negative…

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  • The Conservation Role Of Captive Propagation In Zoos

    Bruning F. Donald. “The Conservation Role of Captive Propagation in Zoos.” 10.2 (1987): 225-258. JSTOR. Web. 19 Apr. 2016. The point of this article is to explain the contrasting organizations that are involved with endangered animals, and zoos. The first part of the article is spent describing what the different organizations do to help. The second part of the article describes all of the differing endangered birds, and what zoos and people could be doing to save endangered animals. The author…

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