servation

ser·va·tion

(ser-vā'shŭn),
The use or function of an organ.

servation

An obsolete term for the activity or function of an organ.
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And he said steps currently being taken to establish local marine con servation zones would have a valu able knock-on effect for the dol phins.
I am also concerned that a precedent will be set and leave the con servation area open to more encroach ment.
The taskforce includes the leaders of major cities on the proposed route, transport industry experts, business chiefs, academics, union representatives and civil servation and has produced 19 recommendations for Government, HS2 Ltd and others involved in the scheme.
The participants' presentations explored local habits, civic issues, effects of industries, original research and tests concerning various environmental and conA[degrees] servation issues found both locally and globally.
THE Daniel Adamson Pre-r servation Society, which is restoring the 110-year-old Birkenhead-built steam tug tender Daniel Adamson, will run a fundraising cruise on Saturday, a October 26, backed by Peel Ports, Mersey Ferries and Merseyside Transport Trust.
To celebrate World Wetlands Day, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism held a joint launch of the wetlands and ecotourism promotional material and biome posters as a demonstration of the country's commitment to wetlands and water con servation.
However, its Con servation Action Network, which AMC members can choose to join, does recommend contacting politicians about conservation issues.
Silos & Smokestacks awarded funding for the signage because the project's goals matched several criteria, including the display of interpretive information about the area's agricultural history, its transition to a native ecosystem from farmland and the educational value the signage offers in teaching visitors about the importance of land con servation, according to Michael Gau, NICC dean of arts and sciences at the Peosta campus.
We all benefit from wetland con servation, and the duck stamp programs make monumental changes to conservation across North America.
went to r their o Millir Bee RHS Shows director Stephen B said: "We really look forward to the imaginative results of the youngsters' efforts in a competitio has become a trademark of the C show, and a greatway for children involved in a practical way with servation and the natural en ment.
James C oleman (1990) includes vertical as well as horizontal associations and behavior within and among organizations by expanding the unit of ob servation and introducing a vertical component to social capital (Gro otaert and van Bastelaer, 2001).
Work was focused on land care, cultural heritage, and con servation activities.