Conservation is the act of preserving, guarding or protecting; wise use.
Conservation may refer to:
Conservation (ethic) of biodiversity, environment, and natural resources, including protection and management
Conservation (cultural heritage) or Art conservation, protection and restoration of cultural heritage, including works of art and architecture, as well as archaeological and historical artifacts
Conservation law, measurable property of isolated physical system that does not change as the system evolves, including conservation of energy, mass, momentum, electric charge, subatomic particles, and fundamental symmetries
Conservation of biodiversity, environment, and natural resources
Conservation refers to a logical thinking ability which, according to the psychologistJean Piaget, is not present in children during the preoperational stage of their development at ages 2–7, but develops in the concrete operational stage at ages 7–11. Conservation refers to the ability to determine that a certain quantity will remain the same despite adjustment of the container, shape, or apparent size.
Conservation tasks test a child’s ability to see that some properties are conserved or invariant after an object undergoes physical transformation. The following tasks also explain the different types of conservation. Piaget proposed that children's inability to conserve is due to weakness in the way children think during the preoperational stage (ages 4–5). This stage of cognitive development is characterized by children focusing on a single, salient dimension of height or length, while ignoring other important dimensions about a situation. Children during this stage also tend to focus on the static characteristics of objects, instead of focusing on when objects undergo changes, which is a critical element of the following tasks.
A local conservation law is usually expressed mathematically as a continuity equation, a partial differential equation which gives a relation between the amount of the quantity and the "transport" of that quantity. It states that the amount of the conserved quantity at a point or within a volume can only change by the amount of the quantity which flows in or out of the volume.
This funding used to replace open irrigation ditches with pipes is crucial for irrigation districts that need to improve water efficiency and conservation or otherwise improve fish and wildlife habitat. This program is providing critical funding for the collaborative processes ...
... is starved of funds for such operations. While the wildlife wing in charge of reserve forests gets a minimum contingency fund for such operations, the territorial wing in-charge of urban gets no money for rescue, relief, awareness, education and conservation activities.
Forest to MI Faucet will help fund the council's water quality and land protection work with local governments, businesses and residents ... The initiative also will fund several land conservancies throughout Michigan, which protect drinking water by protecting the natural land.
Some of the compensation-for-conservation funds could come from a $4 billion drought earmark in the InflationReductionAct under consideration in Washington, U.S ...Sinema acknowledged paying farmers to conserve wasn’t a long-term solution.
The Congressional Club assembled hundreds of thousands of contributor names into a database, then employed mass direct mail marketing (again a relatively new concept) to raise millions of dollars in support of Jesse Helms, Ronald Reagan, Lauch Faircloth and other conservative candidates. Upwards of 70 percent of those funds came from out of state.
However, those funds would be capped at $800 million annually, so the bipartisan Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation said last month it “categorically opposed” Clyde’s bill because it "would dismantle the most important and significant wildlife conservation funding program in the nation – the Pittman-Robertson Act.".
The parks’ popularity had not been enough to generate needed funds for deteriorating buildings, trails, roads and other infrastructure, some of it dating from the CivilianConservationCorps of the 1930s... across the country, funded by royalties from offshore oil and natural gas.
A proposal to curb ministerial influence over the £4.8bn levelling up fund after claims of possible bias in favour of Tory seats has been rejected by the government. Analysis has revealed more than half of the 100 most deprived areas of the country have not yet benefited from the fund.
What other funds do you have available? Make certain you are building accounts outside of the employer retirement plan for emergency use and additional retirement savings ... The fund will automatically change its investment mix to become more conservative as the chosen date approaches.
There would be $50 million added to a reserve fund for ... Assuming something less than an eviscerating recession and banana republic inflation, the General Assembly's conservative wing maintains there will be adequate monies to fund an increase in educator's wages in the next year.