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    The phenomenal recent discovery of the species saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis), was found in the Annamite Mountains along the Laos/Vietnam border in 1992. The saola was the first latest large mammal to be discovered in over 50 years, making it one of the biggest zoological discoveries of the 20th century. Also known as the “Asian unicorn,” the rare saola species prefer living in moist, dense evergreen forests with little or no dry season. The saolas have been attempting to survive in the condensed

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    The Marbled Murrelet

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    List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.2. . 13 April 2014. BirdWeb: Seattle Auduborn Society for Birds and Nature. “Marbled Murrelet.” . 13 April 2014. C. John Ralph, George L. Hunt, Jr., Martin G Raphael, John F. Piatt. 1995. “Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet in North America: an Overview.” USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. . 13 April 2014. Fish and WildLife Service fact sheet. 13. April 2014. Simon Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Netowrk. “Special Status Species: Marbled

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    Wildlife conservation is a practice which aims to protect plant and animal species and their habitat. According to Endangered Species of Cambodia (n.d.), Kouprey, known as Forest Ox in English, is considered to be endangered as it was estimated that fewer than 50 koupreys are left in the world. In addition to this, Wild Water Buffaloes, which have undergone a great decline in number and have only few population now, are reported as endangered in the IUCN Red List since 1986 since the total remaining

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    ecoregional boundaries, as described by either Ricketts (1999) or Bailey (1998), would have included more priority habitats. • Reviewing “Guidance on Selecting Species for Design of Landscape-scale C... ... middle of paper ... ...ies can best serve conservation of the greatest number of species at the largest landscape scale appropriate, LPC may be an appropriate surrogate. • Northern pintail and sandhill crane numbers are an artifact of breeding success (that occurs outside of this selected sub-geography)

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    To begin with, in the conservation of length task the child is being question whether the pair of shoelaces are the same length that are being set up by the endpoints so, that these match. She is able to agree that these are the same length based on that they look the same and then, is being asked again if they are the same in length after they have being bend into a U shape so, that the other end of the shoelaces match. She was able to conserve in this task according to Steinberg Vandell and Bornstein

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    Wildlife conservation

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    In the regards of sustainable development I have a very strong passion in projects that are dealing with wildlife conservation and management. I found a website that listed a bunch of different projects that dealt with wildlife conservation projects that are currently available to learn about, support, or even join. The majority of the projects that I found occur overseas and mainly in the different regions of Africa. After reading about several different types of research projects I found several

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    Household Energy Usage and Conservation

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    Household Energy Usage and Conservation Household energy conservation is a very practical and realistic approach to conserving energy within our society. US households consume a tremendous amount of natural gas as well as electric energy. It has been calculated that the amount of energy consumed within the US increased exponentially from about 1850 to 1975. If energy continued to increase at this rate, we would be experiencing severe energy shortages in our current society. Luckily, steps

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    The rise of conservation was first populated by Theodore Roosevelt in the late 19th century. And the issues surrounding conservation had risen in the US around that time. The new understanding affects the country and its policies. Conservation is a careful preservation and protection of something; especially: planned management of a natural resource to prevent exploitation, destruction, or neglect.(Merriam-Webster) The causes of rising conservation include overhunting, recognizing its importance

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    The Future of the Conservation Movement

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    are the ones who are slowly destroying it. Fortunately, there are people who do believe that it is their moral responsibility to protect nature. The Conservation Movement provides an excellent example of humans being obedient in the fight for protecting nature. Unfortunately, there is also disobedience occurring that is slowing down the Conservation Movement. This disobedience comes in many forms such as the pollution of ocean waters, or the overharvesting of trees in rainforests. These acts occur

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    Conservation of Biodiversity in Cambodia

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    Assessment of Conservation of Biodiversity in Cambodia 1. Introduction Conservation of Biodiversity in Cambodia has been gathering momentum in the past few years in response to international conservation efforts and increased land degradation and loss (Conservation International 2004). International monetary institutions such as the World Bank and transnational NGOs such as Conservation International have been influential in changing forestry legislation in Cambodia (Reuters 2002). However,

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