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Conservation of natural thingsEdit
- Conservation biology, the science of the protection and management of biodiversity
- Conservation genetics - "an interdisciplinary science that aims to apply genetic methods to the conservation and restoration of biodiversity."
- Conservation movement, to protect plants, animals and their habitats
- Conservation (ethic), an ethic of resource use, allocation, and protection, especially of the natural environment
- Conservationist, a person who advocates for conservation of plants, animals and their habitats
- Energy conservation, the reduction of non-renewable energy consumption
- Habitat conservation, a land management practice that seeks to conserve, protect and restore, habitat areas for wild plants and animals
- Water conservation, reducing the use of water to protect the environment
- Wildlife management, multidisciplinary practices, including conservation of species and their habitats
- Marine conservation, the protection and preservation of ecosystems in oceans and seas
- Soil conservation, management strategies for prevention of soil being eroded from the earth’s surface or becoming chemically altered
Conservation of made thingsEdit
- Art conservation, protecting works of art
- Conservation-restoration, the profession devoted to the preservation of cultural property
- Photograph conservation
- Architectural conservation
- Conservation laws, a set of laws in physics
- Conserved sequence - "similar or identical sequences which may occur within nucleic acid sequences, protein sequences, protein structures or polymeric carbohydrates".
- Conservation (psychology), learning development of logical thinking, according to Jean Piaget
- Conservation authority (Canada)
- Conserved name (Latin nomen conservandum), a scientific name with specific nomenclatural protection.
- Category:Conservation for topics related to conservation of natural resources
- Historic preservation
- List of conservation topics
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