"Oil Conservation" Essays and Research Papers

  • Oil Conservation

    HomeExamples and SamplesIs Oil and Gas Conservation Relevant? Is Oil and Gas Conservation Relevant? Oil and natural gas are non-renewable sources of energy. There have been numerous attempts to minimize the depletion of these two resources. Scientists have proposed many reasons for the high importance of their conservation. Oil and natural gas conservation involves the use of these resources in a better and a more well-organized manner with respect to economic, social and ambient expenses...

    Automobile, Conservation, Conservation communities 429  Words | 2  Pages

  • Oil & Gas Conservation

    20 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO CONSERVE ENERGY Whenever you save energy, you not only save money, you also reduce the demand for such fossil fuels as coal, oil, and natural gas. Less burning of fossil fuels also means lower emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), the primary contributor to global warming, and other pollutants. You do not have to do without to achieve these savings. There is now an energy efficient alternative for almost every kind of appliance or light fixture. That means that consumers...

    Carbon dioxide, Compact fluorescent lamp, Efficient energy use 1479  Words | 5  Pages

  • Oil Conservation

    Making oil conservation a way of life is in truth a very simple concept. The simplest way to do this is to cut down on your use of cars. Bike, walk, rollerblade, skateboard, or run to your destination. Not only does it conserve oil but it gives you exercise as well. Another way to make oil conservation a part of life is to choose materials other than plastic which uses crude oil for household items; you should also use cloth or paper bags instead of plastic bags when shopping. One very simple way...

    Coal, Fossil fuel, Hydrocarbon 796  Words | 2  Pages

  • Oil and Gas Conservation and Its Relevance in Daily Life

    number of specific oils such as omega-3 oils, evening primrose oil, olive oil, and coconut oil. Trans fats, often produced by hydrogenating vegetable oils, are known to be harmful to health. Hair Oil is used on hair to give it a lustrous look. It helps to avoid tangles and roughness to the hair. It also helps the hair to be stabilized and grow faster.[citation needed] See Hair conditioner. Anointing one's head with oil is a ritualistic practice in many countries. Fuel Almost all oils burn in aerosol...

    Diesel fuel, Efficient energy use, Energy conservation 2045  Words | 7  Pages

  • Conservation of Forest

    CONSERVATION OF forest is certainly a necessity that requires to be addressed as a priority. For the survival of human beings, a holistic approach is required to be adopted as regards protection of the plant kingdom as well as the wildlife with regard to the peaceful and mutually beneficial co-existence of all. To prevent any kind of ecological imbalance a very pragmatic action plan has to be formulated. Towards achieving this many legislation have been enacted in India and elsewhere. At the...

    Conservation, Forest, Human 1572  Words | 4  Pages

  • Conservation Officers

    | Conservation Officers | A Career in Law Enforcement | | | | History, Duties, and Expectations of an Indiana Conservation Officer | Conservation Officers, as well as the Department of Natural Resources, have a long and colourful history in the state of Indiana dating as far back as 1889. In the late 1870’s naturalists began to raise a hue and cry about the uncontrolled use and depletion of our natural resources, concerned with such issues as soil erosion and the resulting...

    Conservation, Indiana, James P. Goodrich 993  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Promoting Oil Conservation

    Oil and natural gas are non-renewable sources of energy. There have been numerous attempts to minimize the danger of depletion of these two resources. Scientists have proposed many reasons for importance of their conservation and its convenient practical methods. Oil and natural gas conservation involvesthe use of these resources in a better and well-organized manner with respect to economic, social and ambient expenses and rewards, contributing to an efficient energy utilization and reduction...

    Automobile, Conservation, Hydrocarbon 394  Words | 2  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    Running head: ENERGY CONSERVATION Energy Conservation Energy Conservation With energy a scarce resource people across the world need to look at lifestyle changes to protect it around the globe. From driving less, to turning off a light in a room that is deserted, there are simple steps that can be taken to aid the cause. Conservation methods take thought, commitment and changes in every day lives to make a difference. In order to conserve energy, consumers need to be aware of their...

    Conservation, Conservation of energy, Energy conservation 1300  Words | 4  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    nonrenewable energy sources available on earth such as coal, oil, and gas. If people do not conserve the nonrenewable resources we have now, there might not be any left for future generations. In addition, energy conservation is important because when nonrenewable energy sources are consumed this impacts the environment. The combustion of oil, gas, and coal in power stations produces carbon dioxide and contributes to global warming. The conservation of energy is important to the environment, future generations...

    Efficient energy use, Energy, Energy conservation 808  Words | 3  Pages

  • Building Conservation and Restoration

     COURSE TITLE – Conservation and Restoration of Buildings. (Arch. 843) Group Members Msc./ Env. Design/ 44050/ 2012-2013 Msc./ Env. Design/ 44068/ 2012-2013 Msc./ Env. Design/ 21874/ 2012-2013 Msc./ Env. Design/ 44227/ 2012-2013 Msc./ Env. Design/ 44228/ 2012-2013   Continuity with Change, edited by Mark Fram and John Weiler. (planning for the conservation of man made heritage) Structural Aspects of Building Conservation. (Paul Beckmann and Robert Bowles)   ...

    Building materials, Cement, Concrete 691  Words | 19  Pages

  • Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight

    Oil & Gas Conservation Fortnight In order to generate awareness among the masses about the urgency of conserving petroleum products, the celebration of oil conservat ion week with the participation of PCRA and the entire oil industry under the guidance of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas was started in year 1991. Considering the over whelming response and enthusiasm generated by OCW in the entire country, and to further increase the reach as well as effectiveness of the oil conservation...

    Hydrocarbon, Natural gas, Oil field 363  Words | 2  Pages

  • Soil Conservation

    less heeded. The importance of soil conservation is relatively less talked about as compared to the conservation of water and other natural resources. The almost-omnipresent soil is mostly taken for granted. Its omnipresence is ironically the reason behind us, human beings, taking it for a ride. We rarely even think of it as a natural resource that needs to be conserved, a part of the natural wealth that needs to be preserved. The concept of the conservation of soil takes into account, the strategies...

    Agriculture, Conservation, Erosion 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • Leopard Conservation

    leopard conservation status. There has long been an assumption that the great adaptability of leopards enables them to cope in human dominated Ares. But conservation scientist agrees that leopards may be more vulnerable to extinction than previously thought. There is very little research that can direct successful conservation effort for leopards. We believe that the key to ensure the future of leopards along with other wildlife species lies in an integrated approach to conservation that looks...

    Conservation, Conservation biology, Jaguar 1215  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    Energy Conservation Amanda Foshee SCI/275 March 24, 2013 Jocelyn Hunt CET, MPA Energy Conservation Energy conservation should be one of the most research and implemented things we have in our homes today. When we think about energy conservation we think about solar, wind, and water to provide energy. These three renewable energy sources are answers to a lot of questions and help with cutting down on using the nonrenewable sources like coal, natural gas, and oil. With energy...

    Alternative energy, Energy, Energy conservation 1966  Words | 6  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

     Energy Conservation  A Major Part of the Solution to Energy Generation and  Global Warming  Dennis Silverman  U. C. Irvine Physics and Astronomy  Why Us (U.S.)?  With 5% of the world’s population, the U.S. uses 26% of the world’s energy.  A U.S. resident consumes 12,000 kWh of electricity a year, nine times the world’s avg.  The average American household emits 23,000 pounds of CO2 annually.  Two billion people in the world do not have electricity.  Just using off the shelf...

    Compact fluorescent lamp, Energy conservation, Fluorescent lamp 1110  Words | 4  Pages

  • Energy conservation

    Energy conservation refers to reducing energy through using less of an energy service. Energy conservation differs from efficient energy use, which refers to using less energy for a constant service. For example, driving less is an example of energy conservation. Driving the same amount with a higher mileage vehicle is an example of energy efficiency. Energy conservation and efficiency are both energy reduction techniques. Even though energy conservation reduces energy services, it can result in...

    Efficient energy use, Energy conservation, Energy policy 1805  Words | 6  Pages

  • wildlife conservation

    The purpose of wildlife conservation is to protect wild flora and fauna against the encroachment of expanding human activity. The planet’s human population grew by 1.6 billion people, between 1990 and 2010 (30% growth rate). The ever increasing amount of commercial activity that this brings with associated use and abuse of the earth’s resources damages the prospects of survival of wild flora and fauna. Let’s pray for a change in humankind’s relationship with wildlife. Photos: cut tree: by Mara...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 998  Words | 6  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    Energy Conservation 1 Mitigation Strategies and Solutions: Energy Conservation Katie Shuker Axia College of University of Phoenix Energy Conservation 2 Energy conservation is the practice of decreasing the quantity of energy used while achieving a similar outcome of end use. This practice may result in increase human comfort, personal security, national security, environmental value, and financial capital. Energy conservation is a reduction or elimination of unnecessary energy use...

    Conservation, Conservation of energy, Efficient energy use 1552  Words | 5  Pages

  • Conservation of Wildlife

    Wildlife Conservation in My Country In Malaysia, just like elsewhere the modern world, many species of wildlife are disappearing fast, and conservation measures are needed to prevent animals and plants from vanishing for good. Habitat destruction is a main part of the problem but many animals are being killed and taken by hunters and poachers too. Many rare animals are hunted for food and even for sport. Some are caught alive and then sold on to collectors. One of the saddest and sickest reasons...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Endangered species 2105  Words | 6  Pages

  • Water Conservation

    of the pollution and the climate change, water conservation is the perfect way to improve the quality of water as well as to balance the current and future water needs. To get through the water conservation, we should know the important, the goal and how we can conserve the water. If you have any questions, I’ll be very happy to answer them at the end of my presentation. Ok, to begin with, let’s have a look on what the important of water conservation. To human, water provides us a huge need for the...

    Conservation, Habitat conservation, Natural environment 1083  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ecology: Conservation and Kit Fox

    and rocks, but with small areas of permanent vegetation. In this desert ecosystem habitats may be altered by human activity, previously existing tree cover has often been removed for fuel and fodder by nomadic pastoralists and traders. From a conservations perspective the Sahara desert is not well protected, this could be due to the low population and impracticality of defining borders over this large area. There are fewer than 2 million inhabitants throughout the entire Sahara desert. A team of...

    Amazon Rainforest, Biodiversity, Conservation 2008  Words | 7  Pages

  • oil conservation

    indigenous supply of crude oil and petroleum products the Government has accorded top priority to conservation of petroleum products. Towards this end various steps to promote conservation of petroleum products in the transport, industrial, agricultural and domestic sectors have been initiated. These include adoption of measures and practices which are conducive to increase fuel efficiency and training programmes in the transport sector, modernisation of boilers, furnaces and other oil-operated equipment...

    Carbon, Compressed natural gas, Diesel fuel 1021  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Conservation in India

    ENERGY CONSERVATION IN INDIA INTRODUCTION India has made rapid strides towards economic self-reliance over the last few years. Impressive progress has been made in the fields of industry, agriculture, communication, transport and other sectors necessitating growing consumption of energy for developmental and economic activities. If India is to achieve the targeted growth in GDP, it would need commensurate input of energy, mainly commercial energy in the form of coal, oil, gas and electricity. ...

    175, 1918, Efficient energy use 637  Words | 4  Pages

  • Peak Oil

    of the 'Peak Oil' theory, the world is expected to face severe oil shortages in the near future. Then, how can mankind meet its energy needs? Peak oil is the point in time when the maximum rate of global petroleum extraction is reached, after which the rate of production enters terminal decline. The concept is based on the observed production rates of individual oil wells, and the combined production rate of a field of related oil wells. The aggregate production rate from an oil field over time...

    Coal, Energy conservation, Fossil fuel 980  Words | 3  Pages

  • Approaches to Species Conservation

    the most cost effective means for establishing national and global conservation priorities.” Conservationists are challenged with the problem of protecting a range of species at minimal costs. As such conservationists have to prioritize to help those in most need of assistance or trouble (Myers et al. 2000). Therefore, many conservationists have adopted the surrogate species approach as a shortcut to aid with the conservation priority decision (Caro and O’ Doherty 1999). The surrogate species...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 1113  Words | 4  Pages

  • Environmental Conservation

    Energy Conservation Jessica Goode Axia College of University of Phoenix We all use energy each and every day. We use energy for entertainment, cooking, transportation, lighting, heating, cooling, manufacturing, as well as many other things. According to the Webster Dictionary (2009), energy is defined as just being active. If that is truly the case, then anytime we are doing anything we are being active and using up energy. Shouldn't we try to conserve more energy if that is the case? According...

    Energy, Energy development, Fossil fuel 1513  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    renewable energy were a lot lower then we would accept the use of this energy over the non renewable energy. We need to put a major effort into the development of this renewable energy. Then we have the non-renewable energy like fossil fuels such as (oil, gas, and coal). This non-renewable energy are in limited supply and if we do not do something about another energy source then this country will be in a major energy crisis. Now we will be discussing what energy we use and how to conserve the energy...

    Alternative energy, Efficient energy use, Energy 1957  Words | 5  Pages

  • Survey on Water Scarcity & Conservation

    Survey on Water Scarcity & Conservation Water is becoming a limited natural resource in the world. In an article published on National Geographic website about “Fresh Water Crisis” [1] it has mentioned that out of the 70% of water which is covering the earth, only 2.5% is suitable for drinking and just 1% of fresh water is easily accessible. In the same article the author talks about how people are wasting this limited resource. The growing scarcity of water is due to the rapid growth of...

    Conservation, Conservation movement, Earth 1262  Words | 4  Pages

  • Energy Conservation

    Joe Garcia PTAC-1308 Energy Conservation It would be hard to imagine a life without the use of energy. So many of the products that we use on a daily basis are powered because of electricity, which in turn is generated because of energy. American’s use a mixture of different energy sources to cool and heat our homes, offices, and means of transportation. We also use energy sources to illuminate and power these same places. Oil has provided the United States with less than 50% of energy needs...

    Coal, Energy development, Fossil fuel 2381  Words | 7  Pages

  • Conservation Principles

    Major Concepts of Conservational model Goal of the model is to promote adaptation and maintain wholeness using the principles of conservation Model guides the nurse to focus on the influences and responses at the organismic level Nurse accomplishes the goal of model through the conservation of energy, structure and personal and social integrity Adaptation Every individual has a unique range of adaptive responses The responses will vary by heredity, age, gender or challenges...

    Biology, Charles Darwin, Conservation law 414  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wildlife Conservation

    ------------------------------------------------- Wildlife conservation Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal speciesand their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife andwilderness lands to humans.[1] Many nations are government agencies dedicated to wildlife conservation, which help to implement policies designed to protect wildlife...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Endangered species 898  Words | 3  Pages

  • Conservation of Water

    Conservation of water Water conservation refers to reducing the usage of water and recycling of waste water for different purposes such as cleaning, manufacturing, and agricultural irrigation. INTRODUCTION Water conservation can be defined as: 1. Any beneficial reduction in water loss, use or waste as well as the preservation of water quality. 2. A reduction in water use accomplished by implementation of water conservation or water efficiency measures; or, Improved water management practices...

    Irrigation, Wastewater, Water 832  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance Of Nature Conservation In Ci

    Importance Of Nature Conservation In Civil Engineering Globally, civil engineering especially for construction industry is arguably one of the most resource-intensive and environmentally damaging industries in the world. Construction accounts for 40% of the total flow of raw materials into the global economy every year. The sector operates through land use planners, who determine the location and nature of development, clients, including house builders and commercial property developers, who determine...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Construction 1516  Words | 4  Pages

  • Wildlife Conservation

    Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal species and their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife andwilderness lands to humans.[1] Many nations have government agencies dedicated to wildlife conservation, which help to implement policies designed to protect wildlife. Numerous independent nonprofit organizations also promote various...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 791  Words | 3  Pages

  • Oil Conservation

    OIL CONSERVATION In view of the need to reduce the ever-increasing gap between demand and indigenous supply of crude oil and petroleum products the Government has accorded top priority to conservation of petroleum products. Towards this end various steps to promote conservation of petroleum products in the transport, industrial, agricultural and domestic sectors have been initiated. These include adoption of measures and practices which are conducive to increase fuel efficiency and training...

    Carbon, Compressed natural gas, Diesel fuel 1055  Words | 4  Pages

  • water conservation

    Water conservation refers to reducing the usage of water and recycling of waste water for different purposes such as cleaning, manufacturing, and agricultural irrigation. Water conservation programs are typically initiated at the local level, by either municipal water utilities or regional governments. Common strategies include public outreach campaigns, tiered water rates (charging progressively higher prices as water use increases), or restrictions on outdoor water use such as lawn watering...

    Climate, Conservation movement, Irrigation 820  Words | 3  Pages

  • Importance Of Nature Conservation In Ci

    Importance Of Nature Conservation In Civil Engineering Globally, civil engineering especially for construction industry is arguably one of the most resource-intensive and environmentally damaging industries in the world. Construction accounts for 40% of the total flow of raw materials into the global economy every year. The sector operates through land use planners, who determine the location and nature of development, clients, including house builders and commercial property developers, who determine...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Construction 1516  Words | 4  Pages

  • conservation

    in the past.Habitat loss—due to destruction, fragmentation or degradation of habitat—is the primary threat to the survival of wildlife in the United States. When an ecosystem has been dramatically changed by human activities—such as agriculture, oil and gas exploration, commercial development or water diversion—it may no longer be able to provide the food, water, cover, and places to raise young. Every day there are fewer places left that wildlife can call home. There are three major kinds of habitat...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 2612  Words | 10  Pages

  • conservation vs preservation

     Conservation versus Preservation Carl Danders SCI/275 01 Oct 2013 Mrs. Hunt Conservation versus Preservation This week I had the opportunity to learn the differences and importance of both the conservation and preservation efforts at play in today’s environment. After reading about both of these methods to work with our resources it is easy to see that these terms are used as the situation dictates. What I mean by the situation dictating the outcome...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Energy 958  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Conservation

    Water conservation From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia United States postal stamp advocating water conservation. Water conservation encompasses the policies, strategies and activities to manage fresh water as a sustainable resource, to protect the water environment, and to meet current and future human demand. Population, household size and growth and affluence all affect how much water is used. Factors such as climate change will increase pressures on natural water resources especially in manufacturing and...

    Irrigation, Rainwater harvesting, Water 1326  Words | 5  Pages

  • Oil Embargo

    into little impact until 1973. Before this organization, the great oil companies of the West ruled the roost. Oil is the lifeblood of the industrialized nations as it is used to fuel planes, cars, tanks, skyscrapers, fertilizer, drugs and synthetics. Yet back before the days of OPEC, the great oil companies often retained 65% or more of the revenue from a product that was produced on someone else's property. Then in 1960, many of the oil producing nations, from both the Middle East and elsewhere, formed...

    1973 oil crisis, Energy crisis, Energy development 1590  Words | 4  Pages

  • Water Conservation

    Extra Credit MGT 462/November 16, 2009 Water Conservation I have attended the presentation about water conservation techniques that each of us can use in our everyday life to ensure the sustainable development of resources and especially water. The presenter on the water conservation was a man who is in charge of the water preservation in Santa Monica. The presentation was very interesting and had great deal of information about proven water conservation tactics. The topics covered included everything...

    Conservation movement, Hydrology, Irrigation 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Water Conservation

    WATER CONSERVATION Water conservation encompasses the policies, strategies and activities to manage fresh water as a sustainable resource to protect the water environment and to meet current and future human demand. Population, household size and growth and affluence all affect how much water is used. Factors such as climate change will increase pressures on natural water resources especially in manufacturing and agricultural irrigation. The goals of water conservation efforts include as follows: ...

    Wastewater, Water, Water conservation 529  Words | 3  Pages

  • Forest Conservation

    Intro Forest Conservation is the practice of planting and maintaining forested areas for the benefit and sustainability of future generations. Around the year 1900 in the United States, forest conservation became popular with the uses of natural resources. It is the upkeep of the natural resources within a forest that are beneficial to both humans and the ecosystem. Forest conservation acts to maintain, plan, and improve forested areas. Forests provide wildlife with a suitable habitat for living...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Deforestation 1298  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forest Protection

    paper we buy has come from well-managed sources (or, even better, is 100 per cent recycled) is something we can all easily do. We have many reasons to value our forests. They are a source of timber and other forest products, such as honey, essential oils, bark for tanneries, traditional medicines and wild fruits.Forests also provide habitat for native animals and plants, protection for water catchments, climate modification and opportunities for education and scientific research, as well as being...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Deforestation 1896  Words | 7  Pages

  • Conservation of natural resources

    CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES The term “resource” means anything that we use from our environment to achieve our objective. For example, we require bricks, cement, iron, wood etc. to construct a building. All these items are called the resources for construction of building. Are source can be defined as „any natural or artificial substance, energy or organism, which is used by human being for its welfare. These resources are of two types: 1.Natural resources 2.Artificial resources CONSERVATION...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 2594  Words | 5  Pages

  • Water Conservation

    WATER Conservation INTRODUCTION: Water is essential for life on earth. Water is needed for growing food, keeping ourselves clean, generating power, controlling fire and most importantly to stay alive! This list is simply non-ending. This shows that water is an integral part of our daily life and we are heavily dependent on it.  Water conservation: Refers to reducing the usage of water and recycling of waste water for different purposes such as cleaning...

    Irrigation, Water, Water conservation 1919  Words | 6  Pages

  • Wildlife Conservation

    Wildlife Conservation is essential to the protection of endangered species and potentially saving humans and the ecosystem because scientists don't know all of the affects that the extinction of certain species may have on the ecosystem and people. There is an ongoing battle between people who think that they are helpful and people that think that they aren't doing anything. As the population of humans grows we have to expand so that we can all live comfortably. Unfortunately a lot of people believe...

    Biodiversity, Biodiversity Action Plan, Conservation biology 1330  Words | 4  Pages

  • wildlife conservation

    Wildlife conservation Wildlife Conservation includes all human efforts to perserve wild animals from extinction. It involves the protection and wise management of wild species and their environment. Some species have become extinct due to natural causes, but the greatest danger to wildlife results from human activities. Thus, we ourselves have created this need for wildlife conservation. The progress of man throughout has been beneficial for the human race but it is the wildlife that has suffered...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • mineral oil

    Mineral oil is most commonly put to use in our daily lives as baby oil, which has a fragrance added to it. It is clear, odorless and colorless. It is formed as a by-product during the distillation of petroleum from crude oil, to produce gasoline and other petroleum-based products. It is produced in very large quantities and is inexpensively available in drug stores. Due to its easy availability and low value, it is put into use in a wide range of avenues. As a Laxative Doctors often recommend...

    Coolant, Hydraulic fluid, Lubricant 807  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chapter 18

    Chapter 18 Summary/Notes Conservation of Biodiversity Modern Conservation Legacies * The world is in a sixth mass extinction (the biodiversity is declining at a rapid rate) * Causes are mostly by human activities * Habitat destruction * Overharvesting plant and animal populations * Results in growing interest in conserving biodiversity by setting aside areas that are protected from any human activities * Establishing national parks, national monuments, national...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Endangered species 1657  Words | 6  Pages

  • Conservation Versus Preservation

    Conservation versus Preservation Dear editor in chief of the Central Kentucky News Journal, I am writing you this letter to inform you of how we must conserve the natural resources located in the Bridger Teton National Forest. If you are not aware of what the Bridger Teton National Forest is, it is a “3.4 million acres of public land located in western Wyoming.” (University of Phoenix, 2007) For the most part, “It has remained virtually untouched by human presence and is the largest contiguous...

    Conservation, Contiguous United States 429  Words | 2  Pages

  • Conservation of Biodiversity

    due to human activities and the reason for conservation of biodiversity will be discussed in details with respect to its aesthetic value, medicinal importance and its ecological value. The concept of biodiversity is important in building awareness, knowledge, information, ethics, and other complex mixture of agriculture, protected areas, etc. Figure 1 shows how these fit into the society together to achieve a common objective which is the conservation of biodiversity, sustainable use of biological...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Deforestation 1396  Words | 4  Pages

  • America's Zoos: Entertainment to Conservation

    America's Zoos: Entertainment to Conservation The children run ahead, squealing with delight. Their parents lag behind holding the children's brightly colored balloons and carrying the remnants of the half-eaten cotton candy. The family stops to let the children ride the minitrain and take pictures together under the tree. They walk hand- in-hand toward the exit, stopping first at the gift shop where they each splurge on a treat to remind them of the day's adventure. Although this may sound...

    Animal rights, Animal welfare, Biodiversity 2292  Words | 6  Pages

  • Conservation of Wildlife

    status of wildlife conservation in different states. The first was the of Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 as a unified piece of legislation. The legislation interalia requires the creation of the post of Chief Wildlife Wardens and Wildlife Wardens in the states to exercise statutory power under the Act. The states have to set up state Wildlife Advisory Boards, on the lines of the Indian Board for Wildlife as the apex advisory body to advise the State Government on the conservation of wildlife. The...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Genetic pollution 1469  Words | 5  Pages

  • Conservation of Natural Resources

    Soils Conservation: Easier - Soil is the loose top layer of our planet's crust. It is dirt or earth in which plant life can grow. Harder - Soil covers a major portion of the earth's land surface. It is an important natural resource that either directly or indirectly supports most of the planet's life. Life here depends upon soil for food. Plants are rooted in soil and obtain needed nutrients there. Animals get their nutrients from plants or from other animals that eat plants. Many animals make...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species 2304  Words | 7  Pages

  • Environmental Conservation

    An Environmental Conservationist, which is also known as a conservation scientist, is an excellent job for anyone who loves nature and wants to preserve all of earth's natural wonders. As a conservationist you need to, "Find your own ways to make less trash, and help others to learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle." (EPA). The job is a hands-on job which means "spending a major portion of the workday outdoors without regard to weather." (Easton 35) Though this doesn't seem like a scientific job...

    Conservation movement, Earth Day, Environment 1164  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Role of Zoos in Conservation

    The roles of Zoos in conservation The main aim of zoos is to protect and conserve global biodiversity and wildlife. To do this they have four roles to play which are; research, conservation, education and welfare. Research: Research is the careful search or inquiry for new facts by scientific study of a subject, through a course of critical investigation. By studying animals we can learn new things about their behaviour and lifestyle. The Secretary of State’s Standards of Modern Zoo Practice...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 1708  Words | 6  Pages

  • conservation on wild life

    Wildlife Conservation Wildlife is a vital part of our ecosystem. Wildlife includes all animals and other organisms. Many animals are in the danger of extinction and strongly need to be saved. Animals add to the natural beauty of the earth. Humans’ activities become a big threat to the animals. Hunting and fishing is a sport or recreation for some people. Animals get killed indiscriminately. Some people kill animals for making profits by selling their skins, meat etc. Poaching is done in some of...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wildlife Conservation in India

    benefit or entertainment. Literature has also made use of the traditional human separation from wildlife. 2. Meaning Of Conservation Conservation is the act of using and protecting resources properly. Catching animals, throwing garbage, and using and harnessing the different resources should all adhere to the proper way of conservation. 3. Importance for Wildlife Conservation * Maintains ecological balance & the organisms have their unique positions in food chains, food webs which keep ecological...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 1409  Words | 5  Pages

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