conservation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
koruma

Bu bir koruma alanı olarak adlandırıldı. - This has been designated a conservation area.

Bu açısal momentin korumasından dolayıdır. - This is due to conservation of angular momentum.

{i} muhafaza
{i} doğal kaynakları koruma
conservation of matter maddenin baki kalması
(Ticaret) çevreye zarar vermeme
{i} sahip çıkma
konservecilik
(Tıp) konservasyon
doğal kaynakların korunması
doğal çevrenin korunması
(Ticaret) doğal kaynaklan koruma
tutma
idareli kullanma
korunum
{i} koruma, himaye
conservationist doğal kaynakları
doğal kaynakları koruma conservation of energy kudretin baki kalması
toprak
konserve
sakınım
saklama
conservation group
Koruma grubu
conservation law
(Askeri) koruma kanunu
conservation of charge
(Fizik) yük korunumu
conservation of energy
(Kimya) enerji korunumu
conservation of mass
madde korunumu
conservation of momentum
(Fizik) momentumun korunumu
conservation of energy
enerjinin korunumu
conservation of mass
kütlenin korunumu
conservation of matter
maddenin korunumu
conservation of natural resources
doğal kaynakların korunması
Conservation biology
Koruyucu biyoloji
conservation area
Koruma altındaki alan
conservation ecology
Koruma ekoloji
conservation analysis
sohbet analizi
conservation and restoration
konservasyon ve restorasyon
conservation electric power
çevre dostu elektrik enerjisi
conservation of a measurement standard
olcum standardinin korunmasi
conservation of energy law
(Fizik,Teknik) enerjinin korunumu kanunu
conservation of matter
maddenin sakınımı
conservation oil
koruma yağı
conservation storage
yararlı biriktirme
conservation storage
faydalı depolama
environmental conservation
(Askeri) çevresel koruma
environmental conservation
(Çevre) çevre korunması
nature conservation
doğa koruma
nature conservation
(Çevre) doğayı koruma
wildlife conservation
vahşi yaşamı koruma
law of conservation of energy
enerji korunumu kanunu
law of conservation of energy
enerjinin korunumu kanunu
law of conservation of mass
kütlenin korunumu kanunu
law of conservation of matter
maddenin sakınımı kanunu
law of conservation of momentum
momentumun korunumu kanunu
soil conservation
toprak koruma
energy conservation
(Çevre) Enerji tasarrufu
water conservation
su tasarrufu
agricultural conservation
(Tarım) tarımsal koruma
energy conservation
enerjinin korunması
fodder conservation
(Tarım) yem muhafazası
law of conservation of mass
(Tekstil) kütle korunum yasası
national energy conservation centre
(Avrupa Birliği) (NECC) Ulusal Enerji Tasarrufu Merkezi (UETM)
nature conservation law
(Askeri) doğanın korunum kanunu
soil conservation
toprak korunması
water conservation
su koruma
İngilizce - İngilizce
A wise use of natural resources
The act of preserving, guarding, or protecting; the keeping (of a thing) in a safe or entire state; preservation
{n} the act of preserving, preservation
{i} guarding, preservation, protection from decay and destruction
the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources
the protection and careful use of resources and the environment Top
(physics) the maintenance of a certain quantities unchanged during chemical reactions or physical transformations
Conservation is saving and protecting historical objects or works of art such as paintings, sculptures, or buildings. Then he began his most famous work, the conservation and rebinding of the Book of Kells
The wise use and management of natural resources
All activities involved in the protection and retention of heritage resources Includes the study, protection, development, administration, maintenance and interpretation of heritage resources, whether they are objects, buildings or structures, or environments Often used interchangeably with preservation ("heritage conservation" in Canada is "historic preservation" in the U S ) It is also used to refer to a highly specialized field of activity that normally deals with the protection of objects in museum collections: a CONSERVATOR is the person who is responsible for the care and treatment of objects
The wise use of natural resources with consideration not only for today but for the future
The careful management and preservation of natural resources and environment
An approach to archaeology based on a philosophy stressing the protection, preservation, and/or managed use of the cultural resources base for future generations Protection of representative sites and preservation of data through scientific study are major aspects of this approach It differs from salvage archaeology which stressed the immediate recovery of material from threatened sites (McGimsey and Davis 1977: 109-110)
an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change
Preserving and renewing, when possible, human and natural resources The use, protection and improvement of natural resources according to principles that will ensure their highest economic or social benefit
The preservation and protection of the environment and the wise use of natural resources
Wise use and careful management of resources, so as to obtain the maximum possible social benefits from them for present and future generations Energy resources can be conserved by reducing wasteful energy use, using energy for a given purpose more efficiently, or by reducing energy use altogether See Energy conservation
Conservation is saving and protecting the environment. a four-nation regional meeting on elephant conservation. tree-planting and other conservation projects
From section 3(3) of the Federal Endangered Species Act: "The terms "conserve," "conserving," and "conservation" mean to use and the use of all methods and procedures which are necessary to bring any endangered species or threatened species to the point at which the measures provided under this Act are no longer necessary Such methods and procedures include, but are not limited to, all activities associated with scientific resources management such as research, census, law enforcement, habitat acquisition and maintenance, propagation, live trapping, and transportation, and, in the extraordinary case where population pressures within a given ecosystem cannot be otherwise relieved, may include regulated taking "
Use, management and protection of resources so that they are not degraded, depleted or wasted and are available on a sustainable basis for present and future generations
Protection of land and related natural resources; may also refer to the management of resources to protect future value (compare preservation)
Regulation of oil and/or gas production from a reservoir in order to prolong its life and hopefully recover a larger quantity of the oil or gas in place; reinjection of associated gas for future use Also, environmental protection and preservation
is the planning and management of resources to secure their long term use and continuity and better their quality, value and diversity It is the use of less energy, either by using more efficient technologies or by changing wasteful habits
Protection, improvement, and wise use of natural resources according to principles that will assure utilization of the resource to obtain the highest economic and/or social benefits
Conservation implies keeping in safety or preserving the existing state of a heritage resource from destruction or change, i e , the action taken to prevent decay and to prolong life (Feilden, 1982: 3)
This term is used in many ways Practitioners in the DSM field tend to reserve the term conservation for the reduction of energy use, rather than the reduction in the draw on the system at a specific point in time (demand in electricity parlance, rather than economics parlance) Sometimes it is used to refer to any reduction in energy use, or peak demand
When a quantity (e g - electric charge, energy or momentum) is conserved, it is the same after a reaction between particles as it was before
Planned management and wise use of natural resources for present and future generations
the preservation and careful management of the environment and of natural resources (physics) the maintenance of a certain quantities unchanged during chemical reactions or physical transformations an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change
In framing, it is the careful maintenance and protection of works of art In conservation (preservation) framing, using materials and procedures that will have no adverse effects on a piece of artwork and will protect the artwork from external damage
Protection, preservation and careful management of natural resources and the environment
The conservation of a supply of something is the careful use of it so that it lasts for a long time. projects aimed at promoting energy conservation. Planned management of a natural resource or of a particular ecosystem to prevent exploitation, pollution, destruction, or neglect and to ensure the future usability of the resource. Living resources are renewable, minerals and fossil fuels are nonrenewable. In the West, conservation efforts date to 17th-century efforts to protect European forests in the face of increasing demands for fuel and building materials. National parks, first established in the 19th century, were dedicated to the preservation of uncultivated land not only to provide a safe haven to wildlife but to protect watershed areas and help ensure a clean water supply. National legislation and international treaties and regulations aim to strike a balance between the need for development and the need to conserve the environment for the future. art conservation and restoration Civilian Conservation Corps conservation law law of conservation energy conservation of wildlife conservation
The planned management of a natural resource, with the goal of protecting and carefully preserving it from exploitation, destruction or neglect (conservation)
The protection, improvement, and use of natural resources according to principles that will assure their highest economic and social service
the management of a natural resource so that it can be sustained over the long-term
preservation
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conservation law
Any of several laws that hold that some physical property remains constant in a closed system regardless of other changes that take place
conservation of mass
A conservation law of classical physics that states that the total mass of a closed system remains constant regardless of the chemical or physical changes that take place within it
conservation-law
Attributive form of conservation law, noun
conservation-of-mass
Attributive form of conservation of mass

It can be seen by inspection of the equations (6.6) that a conservation-of-mass law is satisfied: noting that in the usual experiment x_2\left(0\right)=0=x_3\left(0\right), it is x_1\left(t\right)+x_2\left(t\right)+x_3\left(t\right)=x_1\left(0\right).

Conservation biology
Conservation biology, or conservation ecology, is the science of analyzing and protecting Earth's biological diversity. Conservation biology draws from the biological, physical and social sciences, economics, and the practice of natural-resource management. Conservation ecology addresses population dynamics issues associated with the small population sizes of rare species (e.g., minimum viable populations). The term "conservation biology" refers to the application of science to the conservation of genes, populations, species, and ecosystems. Conservation biology is the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. For the history of biodiversity conservation and volunteer activity, see conservation movement
Conservation ecology
Conservation biology, or conservation ecology, is the science of analyzing and protecting Earth's biological diversity. Conservation biology draws from the biological, physical and social sciences, economics, and the practice of natural-resource management. Conservation ecology addresses population dynamics issues associated with the small population sizes of rare species (e.g., minimum viable populations). The term "conservation biology" refers to the application of science to the conservation of genes, populations, species, and ecosystems. Conservation biology is the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. For the history of biodiversity conservation and volunteer activity, see conservation movement
conservation area
In Britain, a conservation area is an area where old buildings are protected and new building is controlled
conservation area
In Britain, a conservation area is an area where birds and animals are protected. wildlife conservation areas
conservation law
or law of conservation In physics, the principle that certain quantities within an isolated system do not change over time. When a substance in an isolated system changes phase, the total amount of mass does not change. When energy is changed from one form to another in an isolated system, there is no change in the total amount of energy. When a transfer of momentum occurs in an isolated system, the total amount of momentum is conserved. The same is true for electric charge in a system: charge lost by one particle is gained by another. Conservation laws make it possible to predict the macroscopic behaviour of a system without having to consider the microscopic details of a physical process or chemical reaction
conservation laws
principles of physics which dictate that electrical energy does not change but is preserved
conservation of charge
the principle that the total electric charge of a system remains constant despite changes inside the system
conservation of charge
A principle stating that the total electric charge of an isolated system remains constant regardless of changes within the system
conservation of energy
principle of physics which dictates that electrical energy does not change but is preserved
conservation of energy
A principle stating that the total energy of an isolated system remains constant regardless of changes within the system. Principle of physics according to which the energy of interacting bodies or particles in a closed system remains constant, though it may take different forms (e.g., kinetic energy, potential energy, thermal energy, energy in an electric current, or energy stored in an electric field, in a magnetic field, or in chemical bonds [see bonding]). With the advent of relativity physics in 1905, mass was recognized as equivalent to energy. When accounting for a system of high-speed particles whose mass increases as a consequence of their speed, the laws of conservation of energy and conservation of mass become one conservation law. See also Hermann von Helmholtz
conservation of energy
the fundamental principle of physics that the total energy of an isolated system is constant despite internal changes
conservation of mass
A principle in classical physics stating that the total mass of an isolated system is unchanged by interaction of its parts
conservation of mass
a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system
conservation of momentum
the principle that the total linear momentum in a closed system is constant and is not affected by processes occurring inside the system
conservation of momentum
A principle stating that the total linear momentum of an isolated system remains constant regardless of changes within the system
law of conservation of energy
The law stating that the total amount of energy in any isolated system remains constant, and cannot be created or destroyed, although it may change forms
soil conservation
The sub-discipline of soil science that deals with soil conservation (1) and (2)
soil conservation
A combination of all soil management and land use methods that protect against degradation
soil conservation
Protection of the soil against sediment loss by erosion or fertility loss due to degradation
Nature Conservation Review
A Nature Conservation Review is a 2-volume work by Derek Ratcliffe, published by Cambridge University Press in 1977. It set out to identify the most important places for nature conservation in Great Britain. It is often known by the acronym NCR, and sites listed in it are termed "NCR sites"
Civilian Conservation Corps
(1933-42) U.S. unemployment program. One of the earliest New Deal programs, it was established to relieve unemployment during the Great Depression by providing national conservation work primarily for young unmarried men. Recruits lived in semimilitary work camps and received $30 a month as well as food and medical care. Projects included planting trees, building flood barriers, fighting forest fires, and maintaining forest roads and trails. It employed a total of 3 million men during its existence
art conservation and restoration
Maintenance and preservation of works of art, their protection from future damage, deterioration, or neglect, and the repair or renovation of works that have deteriorated or been damaged. Research in art history has relied heavily on 20th-and 21st-century technical and scientific advances in art restoration. Modern conservation practice adheres to the principle of reversibility, which dictates that treatments should not cause permanent alteration to the object
conservational
{s} pertaining to or characterized by the preservation and protection of something
conservational
Tending to conserve; preservative
law of conservation of energy
basic law of nature which claims that energy is neither created nor wasted but rather changes form, basic law of physics
law of conservation of mass
basic law of nature which claims that mass is neither created nor wasted but rather changes form
oil conservation
the conservation of petroleum resources
soil conservation
protection of land against erosion
soil conservation
protection of soil against erosion or deterioration
water conservation
Protecting and preserving the amount of water you use
water conservation
Activities designed to reduce the demand for water, improve efficiency in use, and reduce losses and waste of water (Beecher and Laubach, 1989)
water conservation
Conserving, or reduce the waste of, water
water conservation
The physical control, protection, management, and use of water resources in such a way as to maintain crop, grazing, and forest lands, vegetative cover, wildlife, and wildlife habitat for maximum sustained benefits to people, agriculture, industry, commerce, and other segments of the national economy Water conservation measures result in a reduction in applied water due to more efficient water use such as the implementation of Best Management Practices (BMP)Urban Water Use, or Efficient Water Management Practices (EWMP)Agricultural Water Use The extent to which these actions actually create a savings in water supply depends on how they affect new water use and depletion ADVANCE \x 540
water conservation
The care, preservation, protection and wise use of water
water conservation
The wise use of water with methods ranging from more efficient practices in farm, home and industry to capturing water for use through water storage or conservation projects
water conservation
Activities designed to reduce the demand for water, improve efficiency in use, and reduce the waste of water
water conservation
In many areas of the East, summer brings with it water restrictions Before this can threaten the health of your plantings of trees, shrubs and perennial flowers, put a mulch down around all planted areas The best time to do this is right after a good soaking rain Use several inches of shredded bark, bark chips, peat moss, composted leaves, etc Keep the mulch an inch or sow away from the stems of your plants You'll conserve soil moisture and keep roots cool, too
water conservation
the act of using only as much water as is needed; the protection and wise use of water
water conservation
the conservation of water resources
water conservation
Those practices that encourage consumers to reduce the use of water The extent to which these practices actually create savings in water depends on the total or basin-wide use of water
wildlife conservation
Regulation of wild animals and plants in such a way as to provide for their continuance. Efforts are aimed at preventing the depletion of present populations and ensuring the continued existence of the habitats targeted species need to survive. Techniques involve establishment of sanctuaries and controls on hunting, use of land, importation of exotic species, pollution, and use of pesticides. See also biodiversity, conservation, endangered species
conservation