Conservation Sentence Examples

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  • The conservation policy saved the animals that were at risk.

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  • Newton had divined the principle of the conservation of energy, so far as it belongs purely to mechanics.

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  • From the earliest times the conservation of water has been one of the serious cares of the Arabs.

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  • You can have water conservation at home.

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  • The beginnings of modern thermochemistry, though made independently of the doctrine of the conservation of energy, are practically contemporaneous with the recognition of that law, and without it the science could scarcely have reached the degree of development which it rapidly attained.

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  • It was long believed that work done against such forces was lost, and it was not till the r9th century that the energy thus transformed was traced; the conservation of energy has become the master-key to unlock the connexions in inanimate nature.

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  • One of their early successes in conservation was the preservation of the Hawaiian goose.

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  • Farmers must adhere to soil and water conservation methods.

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  • Of building-stone, clay, cement, lime, sand and salt, the countrys supply was estimated by the National Conservation Commission of 1908 to be ample.

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  • But as the pressure of population on the soil became more dense, and the construction of railways increased the demand for fuel, the question of forest conservation forced itself into notice.

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  • There are steps that everyone can take to cut down on the use of water that can have a positive impact on conservation.

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  • Choose products with recycled packaging to support current conservation efforts.

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  • An investigation was made in 1908 for the National Conservation Commission of the ore reserves of the country.

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  • The session will also consider the parallel problems of wildlife conservation and the trade in ivory.

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  • There is a lot of useful information available online about rain water conservation.

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  • In these areas, where water conservation is a matter of necessity, composting toilets can be the most sensible solution.

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  • If the system is supposed to obey the conservation of energy and to move solely under its own internal forces, the changes in the co-ordinates and momenta can be found from the Hamiltonian equations aE aE qr = 49 - 1 57., gr where q r denotes dg r ldt, &c., and E is the total energy expressed as a function of pi, qi,.

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  • Indiscriminate timber-cutting has been prohibited, the burning of the jungle by the hill tribes has been confined within bounds, large areas have been surveyed and demarcated, plantations have been laid out, and, generally, forest conservation has become a reality.

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  • Thomson (Lord Kelvin), he may be regarded as one of the founders of the now universally received law of the conservation of energy.

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  • The destruction of the forests by timbercutters and charcoal-burners has been allowed to go on unchecked, no plantations have been laid out, and nothing has been done for forest conservation.

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  • The principle which he adopted is that of virtual velocities, a principle which under his hands was gradually transforming itself into what is now known as the principle of the conservation of energy.

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  • In more recent times the method of Gauss has been modified so as to take account of the variation of density near the surface, and its language has been translated in terms of the modern doctrine of the conservation of energy.'

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  • By the principle of the conservation of energy, any displacement of the liquid by which its energy is diminished will tend to take place of itself.

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  • There is therefore, even in the best cases, a wide field for the conservation and utilization of water hitherto entirely wasted.

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  • It is not half so wonderful as the conservation of force or the indestructibility of matter...

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  • If, as Huxley admits, even putting it with unnecessary force against himself,"the immortality of man is not half so wonderful as the conservation of force or the indestructibility of matter," the question then is, how far a critical analysis of our belief in the last-named doctrines will leave us in a position to regard them as the last stage in systematic thinking.

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  • On the other hand it is asserted that quite apart from any particular view as to the relation between mind and body the existence of the freedom of the will is necessarily incompatible with the principle of the conservation of energy and is therefore in direct contradiction to many if not most of the assured conclusions of the physical sciences.

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  • Nor, finally, is the last defensive position of scientific determinism - the theory, namely, that the freedom of the will is incompatible with the doctrine of the conservation of energy - to be accepted without question.

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  • In this feature, and in its almost universal conservation of the final vowels e, i, u (o), Castiian comes very near Italian, while it separates from it and approaches the Gallo-Roman by its modification of the consonants.

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  • Mayer and Joule, and placed the dynamical theory of heat and the fundamental principle of the conservation of energy in a position to command universal acceptance.

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  • In connexion with national resources he advocated development without waste as being reasonable conservation.

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  • The challenge was acknowledged when designing and implementing conservation programs.

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  • Therefore, zero or minimum tillage and direct seeding are important elements of conservation agriculture.

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  • It also abuts onto the Crystal Palace Conservation area.

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  • Conservation volunteering is a worthwhile and healthy outdoor activity which makes a pleasant change from sitting at a desk!

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  • Indeed, the zoo experience may make people even more apathetic about conservation.

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  • Voluntary work with animals - Orang-utan Conservation Another gravely endangered species is the orang-utan ape - the only great ape found outside of Africa.

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  • The speakers waxed lyrically about the fresh water aquatic conservation center, which they hope to bring to a disused clay pit near Bedford.

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  • A similar system could be used in SCUBA diving, coral reef conservation, salvage and marine archeology.

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  • The plan has been developed in association with conservation architect Rodney Melville and Partners.

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  • Arkive's online species profiles include scientifically authenticated fact-files and links to further information services and relevant conservation organizations.

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  • The survey is a framework for conservation and provides a bench mark to monitor future losses.

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  • This aspect of our conservation biology work is already well developed under the able leadership of Peter Harvey.

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  • We will normally prepare a conservation brief which will be made available to you so the scope and costs of adaptation can be considered.

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  • Undertake pilot studies to develop and refine ex situ conservation techniques for this species and other threatened bryophytes.

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  • Conservation Considerations In East London, the decline of the humble bumble is overwhelmingly the result of wasteland loss to development.

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  • The great conservation concern for the welfare of the noble chafer is the continuing loss of old orchards.

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  • All the conservation bodies involved have made it clear from the start that there is no quarrel with replacing the chairlift.

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  • The North West region gained an extra special commendation for its conservation work.

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  • Wildfowl Conservation In 1949 the nature conservancy came into being.

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  • Outdoors Clubs and Societies A number of groups have been formed to promote conservation and the effective management of nature areas.

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  • See our section on Beyond SSSIs for more information on geological conservation outside of the SSSI series and for links to partner organizations.

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  • Gives impetus to hedgerow conservation, flight ponds, copses, conservation headlands, beetle banks.

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  • The Scottish biodiversity Forum has produced separate guidance for public bodies on the link between Best Value and biodiversity conservation.

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  • Outside these areas, features of nature conservation interest should be retained where possible.

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  • These action plans will primarily tackle wildlife conservation issues.

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  • In situ conservation measures involve designating specific areas as protected sites.

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  • Out of 127 woodlands around the country selected for priority red squirrel conservation, 36 are in Grampian.

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  • Our general interest is in the mechanisms of energy conservation in bacteria.

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  • The United Kingdom Conservation Institute keep a register of qualified conservators across the UK.

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  • Set-aside Managing set-aside Managing set-aside for conservation This picture shows an area of the farm that has been in permanent set-aside for 13 years.

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  • It was not progressed because it was considered too unsightly in a conservation area and in the AONB.

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  • The Conservation Toolbox aims to draw together ' best practice ' for the long-term conservation of ravine woodlands.

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  • We shall also investigate whether this mixing enhances the direct CHCC Auger recombination loss mechanism, by relaxing the normal momentum conservation requirements.

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  • Rhino conservation helps to conserve other African species which also benefit from the anti-poaching measures put in place to try and protect black rhinos.

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  • However there are also secondary benefits to rhino conservation.

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  • To assist range states in developing an international strategy for saiga conservation, that leads to the recovery of the species.

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  • To consolidate the saiga monitoring system developed in our previous projects, and to use it in assessments of conservation success.

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  • Sandbank Holidays - Hayle - Apartments and bungalows set around a lovely garden, nestled against the sand dunes in a peaceful conservation area.

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  • The conservation of a majesty scutcheon looted from Oliver Cromwell 's funeral.

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  • A low-cost procedure for automatic seafloor mapping, with particular reference to coral reef conservation in developing nations.

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  • Set-aside Managing set-aside for conservation This picture shows an area of the farm that has been in permanent set-aside for 13 years.

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  • Ashtrees Nurseries Ashtrees is a Leeds based nursery producing CELL GROWN trees and shrubs for hedging, woodlands and conservation.

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  • A project in Honduras, which emphasized soil conservation practices and organic fertilizers, saw a tripling or quadrupling of yields.

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  • The Service is currently funding research examining the life history, captive rearing, and conservation biology of the sphinx moth.

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  • Tim Yeo, the Tories ' spokesman on agriculture, said it was unacceptable for farmers to become entirely dependent on conservation grants.

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  • A City & Guilds stonemason trained at Weymouth College, he went on to study conservation in Italy.

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  • Our statutory duties under the Home Energy Conservation Act are onerous given the nature of our housing stock and lack of mains gas supplies.

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  • Since the whole idea around rain barrels is eco-friendly water conservation, some online kit retailers do not offer the actual rain barrel as part of the kit.

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  • What is the best approach to rain water conservation?

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  • The best approach to rain water conservation will depend on the needs and conditions of a household and its locality.

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  • Collecting rain water is part of a water conservation and management program that can be put into practice in any green living household.

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  • Texas, as well as many other states, has an active group of people wanting to learn more about conservation and is actually implementing programs to educate children in elementary, middle and high schools.

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  • It may be in your best long term interest to replace your current toilets and showerheads with lower flow models for maximum water conservation.

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  • Plastic, glass and paper recycling are important but there are so many additional opportunities for smart reuse and conservation.

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  • Use these energy conservation tips on your new or old refrigerator as ways to save energy.

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  • Even the most hardcore global warming skeptic is usually impressed by a few basic energy conservation facts, simply because a lot of tips for saving energy are also cost effective, both on the personal and business levels.

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  • One energy conservation fact everyone has heard a lot about is that lighting can account for 15 percent of your electric bill.

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  • Thanks to the dissemination of energy conservation facts and federal mandates, modern refrigerators now use moderate amounts of energy.

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  • Children still earned some extra money by gathering bottles and cans for recycling and schools engaged in paper drives, but the growth of plastic and the throwaway mentality outstripped these conservation methods.

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  • Composting toilets are a great water conservation tool.

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  • This is good for water conservation as water consumption can be targeted at just the containers that hold the vegetable plants and this minimizes the waste of water.

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  • Agricultural systems must become more efficient worldwide and some subsidies on water that make it very inexpensive in certain areas should be lifted to allow the price to rise, which will encourage conservation.

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  • If you are interested in following an environmentally responsible lifestyle, it's important to educate yourself about important water conservation facts and applying what you have learned in your daily life.

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  • If you want to be certain that the fixtures you are selecting are designed with conservation in mind, look for the WaterSense label.

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  • Planting vegetative covers, strict erosion management and implementing beneficial farming methods are just a few of the many possible approaches to soil conservation.

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  • There are many reasons driving the global push to "go green" and most have the same incentive - conservation.

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  • Bringing the idea of political interest in the environment to President Kennedy, Nelson's actions inspired a Conservation Tour by Kennedy to help spread environmental awareness.

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  • The 1963 Conservation Tour encompassed 11 states in five days but did little to raise public attention.

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  • Conserving electricity in the house will eventually lead to more energy conservation at work and that is good for everyone.

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  • Another area that presents problems for conservation and recycling is paper disposable, such ascups, plates and flatware.

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  • This new awareness has changed the direction of design towards conservation and recycling.

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  • Owned and operated by the Department of Environmental Conservation, Belleayre is truly a place to experience the beautiful pristine wilderness of New York State.

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  • Although the Montana Conservation Corps is part of the Americorps program for young adults, the organization also includes a Youth Crew Program.

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  • Members engage in community service and conservation projects while also taking part in teambuilding activities.

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  • The Montana Conservation Corps, affiliated with the Americorps program, offers opportunities for service-minded youth who also have an appreciation for Montana's natural beauty.

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  • The Youth Crew program allows teens to participate in conservation projects in the Gallatin county area.

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  • The Conservation Corps also focuses on personal development, offering teambuilding exercises during the service activities.

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  • In fact, butterfly favors can accentuate any wedding reception centerpiece for a quaint touch, or they may be part of an overall butterfly theme, a jungle or tropical motif, or a wildlife conservation decorative scheme.

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  • Steve Irwin, the Australian television host also known as "The Crocodile Hunter," was admired by children and adults from across the world for his enthusiastic efforts to promote the conservation of endangered animals.

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  • Steve is the founder of the Steve Irwin Conservation Foundation.

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  • Steve was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2001 in honor of his outstanding service to global conservation and Australian tourism.

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  • The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant may provide those who qualify with up to $6,500 to spend on home energy audits, weatherproofing and the replacement of outdated appliances, among other improvements.

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  • Surya products are enriched with exotic plants native to the Amazon forest which, in addition to their benefits, are associated with environmental conservation and social responsibility.

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  • Sapien is an intelligent and modern choice for those who care about beauty, well-being and planet conservation.

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  • Thermal vision serves many purposes, from wildlife conservation to law enforcement and even surveillance.

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  • This focus on education and conservation led them to the idea of an oceanic theme park.

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  • This comes into play heavily, because as with the previous of the series, ammo conservation is key.

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  • For more information about the proper storage of your treasured books, see the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works guidelines for proper care and storage.

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  • During this age range, children can master most types of conservation experiments and begin to understand that some things can be changed or undone.

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  • They understand the concepts of permanence and conservation by learning that volume, weight, and numbers may remain constant despite changes in outward appearance.

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  • These cemeteries are known as conservation easements, or eco-cemeteries, and these lands are protected.

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  • National Resources Conservation Service - teaching your children about conservation?

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  • Download tip sheets and conservation pamphlets and even watch a video about conservation techniques in your own backyard.

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  • Certified Home Inspections in Rockford provides information and insight into maintenance and energy conservation adapted specifically to the home your plan to buy or sell.

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  • Unlike the for-profit Aquarium by the Bay at Pier 39 in San Francisco, the Monterey Bay Aquarium operates as a non-profit organization, conducting research on a variety of topics including tuna conservation, sea otters and sharks.

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  • In addition to giving people a chance to view sea life, the aquarium is also involved in research programs, education programs, and conservation activities.

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  • This appliance has been awarded the Energy Star rating from the EPA for meeting its requirements and standards for energy conservation.

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  • With the increase in energy demand, conservation is one of the most pressing issues facing our global society and our consumers.

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  • Following suit with the world's renewed focus on humanity and conservation, players could get ahead in the game by recycling trash or helping the homeless.

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  • Chances are that if you as an individual are applying for a federal grant, you are doing it through a local agency such as social services, local conservation society or something similar.

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  • Global climate change, conservation and reducing wasted resources is a definite concern on the horizon.

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  • The Foundation raises money to buy land for conservation and preserve the bio diversity habitats for the animals.

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  • They research a wide range of projects in strategic locations throughout the World and they also work closely with local conservation and animal charities to create solutions to the problems threatening the endangered animals of the area.

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  • He then returned to Oxford as a Fellow, and eventually went on to form the WWF that we know as such a strong proponent of environmental conservation projects today.

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  • This conservation agency is making a huge difference in the world by protecting earth's natural resources from harm.

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  • Check with your state's conservation department.

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  • Your kids will have a great time exploring this zoo, and they can learn about animal conservation and care at the same time.

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  • For example, the Saint Louis Zoo has a "Safari Pass" that gives you admission to the Children's Zoo, Zooline Railroad, Sea Lion Show (while in season), Conservation Carousel, and Motion Simulator for one low price.

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  • All wildlife parks but the Staten Island Zoo are owned by the Wildlife Conservation Society, or WCS.

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  • Zoo exhibits are planned based on a commitment to the principles of conservation, education, and entertainment.

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  • Julius Thomsen was the first investigator who deliberately adopted the principle of the conservation of energy as the basis of a thermochemical system.

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  • The law may apparently be " a general rule " or " a tendency " which is liable to be " checked," or a particular case of the law of the conservation of energy.

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  • The third general method of calorimetry, that based on the transformation of some other kind of energy into the form of heat, rests on the general principle of the conservation of energy, and on the experimental fact that all other forms of energy are readily and completely convertible into the form of heat.

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  • Principle of the Conservation of Energy in Machines.The following principle, expressing the general law of the action of machines with a velocity uniform or varying, includes the law of the equality of energy and work stated in 89 for machines of uniform speed.

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  • The discovery that chemical action was involved in the process led to the advancement of the chemical theory of the pile and this was strengthened by the growing insight into the principle of the conservation of energy.

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  • By his studies in electrostatics, his elegant method of electrical images, his development of the theory of potential and application of the principle of conservation of energy, as well as by his inventions in connexion with electrometry, he laid the foundations of our modern knowledge of electrostatics.

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  • Alongside this consultation, we are separately consulting on the draft Offshore Marine Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Regulations 2006.

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  • Activated Carbon Cloth is most commonly used in preventive conservation to retard the corrosion of metals by absorbing contaminants such as acetic acids.

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  • The semi-detached miners ' cottages now form part of a conservation area designated in 1980.

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  • The process needs a counterbalance to the conservation officer.

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  • Native broadleaf trees will also be planted where conservation is the main aim of woodland creation.

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  • Fourthly, domestic and business energy conservation programs are very attractive as they reduce energy demand without impairing standard of living.

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  • The conservation of objects is a technically demanding job, which uses a range of scientific techniques.

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  • B - and would be to the severe detriment of this important Conservation Area and the visual amenity of this part of Aberdeen.

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  • She also represents conservation buyers who acquire land subject to conservation easements.

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  • Volunteers on this project get involved with vital conservation work to save the gravely endangered black rhino.

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  • Tamara Jones Unfortunately, you appear to be dealing with building control officers that are not particularly enlightened with regard to conservation issues.

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  • During the summer, a year eight party of students from Thornden School visited Chilworth Conservation Area for an ecology field trip.

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  • The Andean flamingo is most threatened and is considered vulnerable by the IUCN (World Conservation Union ).

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  • Certain coastal fora have also been set up by the country nature conservation agencies.

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  • The mud and shingle foreshore is of international nature conservation importance.

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  • Watch our experts at work while they uncover fossils in the Paleontology Conservation Unit.

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  • The Guild recommends conservation framing for limited edition prints of moderate to high value.

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  • Time will be spent outdoors learning the fundaments of conservation, participating in bush walks and general game farm management.

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  • The conservation of stone walls, hedgerows and traditional stone gateposts would reinforce landscape pattern and character.

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  • We also have a long-standing interest in the ecology and conservation of Mongolian gazelles.

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  • Visitors to gorilla Island can also learn about the Zoo's conservation work to protect gorillas in the wild.

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  • It has started sea turtle surveys and a conservation program for them in India, including a sea turtle hatchery.

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  • West Penwith ESA has a ' spring sown ' prescription for conservation headlands.

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  • Within the UK Biodiversity Action Plan ancient and species-rich hedgerows are recognized as a priority habitat, in need of conservation.

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  • The road improvement also included a conservation scheme for various species and habitats it incorporates a bat hibernaculum and otter passages.

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  • The conservation agencies and others have extensive data holdings coded using the NVC.

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  • Projector thus uses sequence homology directly at DNA level and takes the conservation of gene structures between related genes explicitly into account.

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  • For softer bricks and stone, solid wall construction and conservation masonry, Limetec feebly hydraulic lime mortar is also available.

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  • However, smaller overhead street distribution networks can have more localized adverse impact, especially in Conservation Areas.

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  • So what can a conservation body like the Woodland Trust do in the face of such imponderables?

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  • Could all fit risky stock market to voltage henry c. First in a problem said lam it has taken of conservation of.

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  • One of the patients with cricoid chondrosarcoma developed recurrence 8 years after conservation surgery, and required a total laryngectomy for salvage.

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  • The repair of Islamic illuminated manuscript leaves and the conservation of palm-leaf manuscripts.

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  • We apologize for any inconvenience this important conservation measure may cause.

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  • Identify applied research needs related to species recovery Discuss the need for and feasibility of ex situ conservation measures for Brazilian mergansers.

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  • Nearly all the town is within designated conservation areas and many buildings are of townscape merit.

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  • Their members are drawn from all walks of life, including distinguished naturalists and pure enthusiasts for conservation.

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  • Habitat creation and conservation measures for birds, which include nightjar, owl and lesser-spotted woodpecker, include the provision of nesting boxes.

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  • House with conservatory for solar ventilation preheat Simulation can be used to explore the potential for novel energy conservation approaches.

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  • The conservation quango is facing this crisis with a budget cut by 5% in real terms.

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  • We raise funds for waterway regeneration, conservation, recreation, community, arts, education, access and activity projects.

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  • The developer might voluntarily relinquish all or part of the planning consent in recognition of the value of the site for nature conservation.

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  • Rhino conservation helps to conserve other African species which also benefit from the anti-poaching measures put in place to try and protect black rhino conservation helps to conserve other African species which also benefit from the anti-poaching measures put in place to try and protect black rhinos.

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  • The conservation agencies have major concerns over the risks to top predators from exposure to second generation rodenticides.

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  • Impacted by summer typhoons and winter snowstorms, the park requires careful environmental conservation and maintenance of hiking trails.

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  • I know him, and he is an absolute stickler for conservation, and never does anything extreme.

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  • John then embarked on a six-year stint with the Game Conservancy Trust quantifying the effect of Conservation Headlands on butterflies.

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  • Higher plant taxonomy Scotland has 1,000 native vascular plant species, many of which are the subject of conservation concern.

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  • We need to make more use of technical conservation measures and compensated tie-ups with less emphasis on the wholesale destruction of our fishing boats.

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  • To work with British and overseas conservation organizations to develop new wildlife tourism destinations.

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  • In 1997 he established a charitable trust to fund self-help projects in rural Zambia, many of which have conservation objectives.

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  • They are therefore unable to have any effect on the preservation of habitats or conservation.

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  • One particular area already has some nature conservation interest as relatively unimproved grassland, with a network of small hedgerows and some wetland habitat.

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  • There was an outcry and deliberate vandalism when a mast was erected in Carlops, a conservation village.

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  • The conservation village of Barr is well worth a visit with its attractive rows of unspoiled 18th and 19th century vernacular buildings.

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  • Clearly a gross violation of the law of conservation of momentum is implied.

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  • For the more energetic why not think of becoming a conservation volunteer?

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  • The conservation body decided the hedgehogs would have to be destroyed because they were eating the eggs of rare waders.

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  • A lack of understanding of planning and conservation legislation and a general wariness toward Council officers are also particularly evident.

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  • North Tyneside Today Highclere Estate's wildlife wonderland The Highclere Estate is now home to some rare wildlife thanks to a government conservation grant.

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  • The Friends have regular workdays for volunteers on site on a Tuesday and sometimes at weekends, to do conservation work/projects.

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  • Welsh Mountain zoo - For a great day out a friendly, caring conservation zoo set in lovely garden surroundings high above Colwyn Bay.

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  • Rather before the commencement of the 19th century the work of Lavoisier had rendered it very probable that chemical changes are not accompanied by any change in weight, and this principle of the conservation of matter was becoming universally accepted; chemists were also acquiring considerable skill in chemical analysis, that is, in the determination of the nature and relative amounts of the elements contained in compounds.

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  • The law of the conservation of matter, an important element in the atomic theory, has been roughly verified by innumerable analyses, in which, a given weight of a substance having been taken, each ingredient in it is isolated and its weight separately determined; the total weight of the ingredients is always found to be very nearly equal to the weight of the original substance.

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  • Such experiments - and numerous ones of about this degree of accuracy have been made on a variety of substances - give a high degree of probability to the law, but leave it an open question whether it has the exactitude of the law of the conservation of matter, or whether it is only approximately true.

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  • Tait that Newton had divined the principle of the conservation of energy, so far as it belongs purely to mechanics.

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  • Colding, who in 1843 presented to the Royal Society of Copenhagen a paper entitled "Theses concerning Force," which clearly stated the "principle of the perpetuity of energy," and who also performed a series of experiments for the purpose of determining the heat developed by the compression of various bodies, which entitle him to be mentioned among the founders of the modern theory of energy, we come to Dr James Prescott Joule of Manchester, to whom we are indebted more than to any other for the establishment of the principle of the conservation of energy on the broad basis on which it has since stood.

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  • In 1840 he showed that when an electric current was produced by means of a dynamo-magneto-electric machine the heat generated in the conductor, when no external work was done by the current, was the same as if the energy employed in producing the current had been converted into heat by friction, thus showing that electric currents conform to the principle of the conservation of energy, since energy can neither be created nor destroyed by them.

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  • The writings of Joule, which thus occupy the place of honour in the practical 'establishment of the conservation of energy, have been collected into two volumes published by the Physical Society of London.

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  • Clausius and Lord Kelvin on the basis of "Carnot's principle" (1824), modified in expression so as to be consistent with the conservation of energy (see Energetics).

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  • Though controlling all phenomena of which we have any experience, the principle of the dissipation of energy rests on a very different foundation from that of the conservation of energy; for while we may conceive of no means of circumventing the latter principle, it seems that the actions of intelligent beings are subject to the former only in consequence of the rudeness of the machinery which they have at their disposal for controlling the behaviour of those ultimate portions of matter, in virtue of the motions or positions of which the energy with which they have to deal exists.

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  • We must content ourselves by referring to the progress of physical (including chemical) theory, which has led to the great generalization of the conservation of energy; to the discovery of the fundamental chemical identity of the matter of our planet and of other celestial bodies, and of the chemical relations of organic and inorganic bodies; to the advance of astronomical speculation respecting the origin of the solar system, &c.; to the growth of the science of geology which has necessitated the conception of vast and unimaginable periods of time in the past history of our globe, and to the rapid march of the biological sciences which has made us familiar with the simplest types and elements of organism; finally, to the development of the science of anthropology (including comparative psychology, philology, &c.), and to the vast extension and improvement of all branches of historical study.

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  • In his inaugural address (4th March 1909) President Taft announced himself as favouring the maintenance and enforcement of the reforms initiated by President Roosevelt (including a strict enforcement of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, an effective measure for railway rate regulation, and the policy of conservation of natural resources); the revision of the tariff on the basis of affording protection to American manufactures equal to the difference between home and foreign cost of production; a graduated inheritance tax; a strong navy as the best guarantee of peace; postal savings banks; free trade with the Philippine Islands; and mail subsidies for American ships.

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  • This important principle is a direct consequence of the law of the conservation of energy, but was discovered independently by Hess from accurate experiment.

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  • We have seen how his classification of substances into elements and compounds, and the definitions which he assigned to these species, have similarly been retained; and how Lavoisier established the law of the "conservation of mass," overthrew the prevailing phlogistic theory, and became the founder of modern chemistry by the overwhelming importance which he gave to the use of the balance.

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  • Hertz, have transformed applied mathematics by systematically basing their deductions upon the Law of the conservation of energy, and the hypothesis of an ether pervading space.

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  • The forests of Burma, therefore, are now strictly preserved by the government, and there is a regular forest department for the conservation and cutting of timber, the planting of young trees for future generations, the prevention of forest fires, and for generally supervising their treatment by the natives.

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  • It owes this conservation to its Poet prosody.

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  • This energy, therefore, comes under a different category from the energy for which the law of equipartition was proved, for in proving this law conservation of ' Very significant confirmation of this conjecture is obtained from a study of the specific heats of the elements in the solid state.

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  • Mill, but differed from him in many particulars, and had as distinctive features the treatment of the doctrine of the conservation of energy in connexion with causation and the detailed application of the principles of logic to the various sciences.

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  • It is thought that they are now being gradually driven out of the district, owing to the increase of regular cultivation, and to the government conservation of the forests.

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  • Mayer's real merit consists in the fact that, having for himself made out, on inadequate and even questionable grounds, the conservation of energy, and having obtained (though by inaccurate reasoning) a numerical result correct so far as his data permitted, he applied the principle with great power and insight to the explanation of numerous physical phenomena.

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  • The National Conservation Commission in 1908 estimated the area of the known gas fields of the country at 9000 sq.

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  • This scheme, however, was frustrated by the firmness of Innocent and St Bernard, and Lothair had to resign himself to the zealous conservation of the privileges granted to the Empire by the terms of the concordat.

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  • The recently created royalties sought from the papacy the conservation of their titles and the benediction of their crowns, and placed themselves voluntarily in its vassalage.

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  • He made experiments, simultaneously with Wallis and Wren, on the collision of hard spherical bodies, and his statement of the results (1669) included a clear enunciation of the conservation of linear momentum, as demonstrated for these cases of collision, and apparently correct in certain other cases, mass being estimated by weight.

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  • But it is to the physicists of the 19th century, and especially to Joule, whose experimental results were published in 1843-1849, that we practically owe the most notable advance that has been made in the development of the subject - namely, the establishment of the principle of the conservation of energy (see Energetics and Energy).

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  • Since there must be the same conservation of energy in morals as elsewhere, the eternal reason is the divine Logos.

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  • The situation as regards the further progress of irrigation on a large scale was however dominated in the early years of the 20th century by the new Conservation policy.

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  • A White House conference of governors of states was held at Washington in May 1909, which drew up a " declaration of principles " for the conservation of natural resources, recommending the appointment of a commission by each state to co-operate with one another and with the Federal government; and by the end of the year thirty-six states had appointed Conservation committees.

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  • His chief measures are contained in his instruction to the itinerant justices of 1194 and 1198, in his ordinance of 1195 for the conservation of the peace, and in his scheme of 1198 for the assessment of the carucage.

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  • The Protocol requires Departments to commission specialist conservation consultants to conduct quadrennial condition surveys on all historic assets.

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  • Clement Pickering, toward the costs of his place on a rain forest conservation expedition to Tanzania organized by the Society for Environmental Exploration.

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  • In vulnerable areas in the USA, conservation tillage has reduced erosion by up to 95 %.

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  • At the project, volunteers get to take part in turtle conservation, working with wildlife in South America up close.

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  • Conservation successes document that we should not be passive by-standers in the unfolding tragedy of biodiversity loss and species extinction.

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  • The conservation area was respected through use of vernacular styling demonstrating that principles of good design are especially relevant to sensitive contexts.

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  • Two key areas for water vole conservation have already been identified in the North East.

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  • North Tyneside Today Highclere Estate 's wildlife wonderland The Highclere Estate is now home to some rare wildlife thanks to a government conservation grant.

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  • Welsh Mountain Zoo - For a great day out a friendly, caring conservation zoo set in lovely garden surroundings high above Colwyn Bay.

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  • The law of conservation of energy is a science law that says energy cannot be created or destroyed.

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  • The law of conservation of energy can be seen in everyday examples of energy transfer.

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  • An example of the law of conservation of energy is that water can produce electricity.

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  • The law of conservation of energy is a physics concept.

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  • If this is a concern, make sure to buy a machine that has a power conservation feature.

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  • Learning about water conservation at home is an important first step in green living.

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  • A conservation easement is federally protected land that will not be used for land development purposes.

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  • Sea World Orlando is one of the largest marine animal theme parks in the world, featuring a range of different shows, amazing rides, and outstanding attractions that focus on education and conservation.

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  • Keeping a record of energy-efficient products may also lead to tax savings through energy conservation tax credits, and years of lower bills makes purchasing these products well worthwhile for anyone.

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  • Focusing on the outdoorsy groups, Keen pairs up with environmental, conservation and social organizations to benefit the world.

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  • The Dorset Wildlife Trust is a very active conservation body doing much valuable work to conserve native flora in Dorset.

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  • In vulnerable areas in the USA, conservation tillage has reduced erosion by up to 95% .

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  • The donation was made via the Zooâs Shellshock Conservation Campaign which has been raising funds for endangered tortoises and turtles since October.

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  • Either the sense of the passage is blotted out for the reader and the conservation of the corruption is tantamount to the expunging of the rest of the sentence, or else he will obtain the required sense by wresting the meaning of the other constituents of the context until they furnish it.

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  • According to the mechanics of Newton, when two bodies collide each body makes the other move equally and oppositely; but it has become a convenient habit to express this concrete fact in abstract language by calling it the conservation of momentum, by talking of one body communicating its motion to the other; as if bodies exchanged motion as men do money.

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  • Besides, he was deeply impressed by the fact of man's personality and by the problem of his personal immortality, which brought him back through Schelling to Leibnitz, whose Monadologie throughout maintains the plurality of monadic souls and the omnipresence of perception, sketches in a few sections (§§ 23, 78-81) a panpsychic parallelism, though without identity, between bodily motions and psychic perceptions, and, what is most remarkable, already uses the conservation of energy to argue that physical energy pursues its course in bodies without interacting with souls ., and that motions produce motions, perceptions produce perceptions.

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  • A number of features of conservation interest can be found on the farm including 9 ha of sessile oak woodland.

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  • In addition, most zoos and aquariums have a strong underlying conservation and education theme.

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  • Applying the principle of the conservation of internal energy, he demonstrates that for iron in a field of woo units and upwards the E.M.F.

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  • Of the three conservation measures tested, bench terraces are the most effective in erosion control, followed by ridge tillage and grass strips.

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  • Phosphate rock is heavily exported, and in the opinion of the National Conservation Commission of 1908 the supply cannot long satisfy the increasing demand for export, which constitutes a waste of a precious natural resource.

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  • Of these, 387,000,000 acres were still open to entry, but most of this vast extent consisted, in the opinion of the National Conservation Commission of 1908, of lands either arid or otherwise unsuited for settlement.

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  • Starting like his predecessors with the indestructibility of matter, Haeckel makes more than they do of the conservation of energy, and merges the persistence of matter and energy in one universal law of substance, which, on the ground that body is subject to eternal transformation, is also' the universal law of evolution.

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  • In this panpsychistic parallelism he was again like Leibnitz, and he developed his predecessor's view, that the conservation of energy prevents interaction, into the supposition that alongside the physical there is a parallel psychical conservation of energy.

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  • Nevertheless, largely under the influence of the exaggeration of the conservation of energy, many psychologists - Wundt, Paulsen, Riehl, Jodl, Ebbinghaus, Miinsterberg, and in England Lewes, Clifford, Romanes, Stout - have accepted Fechner's psychophysical parallelism, as far at least as men and animals are concerned.

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  • The individual must carry their license while in the process of fishing and produce it upon demand from a conservation officer.

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  • Petroleum, according to the report of the National Conservation Commission in 1908, was then the sixth largest contributor to the Petrol nations mineral wealth, furnishing about one-sixteenth eum.

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  • Hence it is not surprising that, in those more subtle forms in which energy cannot be readily or completely converted into work, the universality of the principle of energy, its conservation, as regards amount, should for a long while have escaped recognition after it had become familiar in pure dynamics.

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  • Assuming as an axiom that the centre of gravity of any number of interdependent bodies cannot rise higher than the point from which it fell, he arrived, by anticipating in the particular case the general principle of the conservation of vis viva, at correct although not strictly demonstrated conclusions.

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  • If Mr Roosevelt did not invent this term he literally created as well as led the movement which made Conservation in 1910 the foremost political and social question in the United States.

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  • The supply of oil in this area was estimated at from 15,000,000,000 to 20,000,000,000 barrels; and the National Conservation Commission of 1908 expressed the opinion that in view of the rapid increase of production and the enormous loss through misuse the supply cannot be expected to last beyond the middle of this century.

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  • Matter and force (or energy) are infinite; the conservation of force follows from the imperishability of matter, the ultimate basis of all science.

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  • By his insistence upon the use of the balance as a quantitative check upon the masses involved in all chemical reactions, Lavoisier was enabled to establish by his own investigations and the results achieved by others the principle now known as the " conservation of mass."

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  • But, unfortunately for Fechner, the very opposite conclusion followed from the presuppositions of his parallelistic metaphysics, and from the Leibnitzian view of the conservation of energy, which he was the first in our time to use in order to argue that a physical cause cannot produce a psychical effect, on the ground that physical energy must be exactly replaced by physical energy.

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