- conservation biology,
- conservation grade,
- conservation law,
- conservation law ,
- conservation laws
Origin of conservation
Examples from the Web for conservational
Another considerable group of conservational practices is possible only to governments or other public agencies.
It becomes an asset––a conservational asset––an ever-present help in time of haying.'Charge It'|Irving Bacheller
Illustrations of these two types of conservational effort are cited in relation to coal on later pages.
The importance of this fact from the conservational standpoint cannot be too much emphasized.
Conservational principles do apply, however, to the human energy factor required for their efficient use.
- protection, preservation, and careful management of natural resources and of the environment
- (as modifier)a conservation area
late 14c., conservacioun, "preservation of one's health and soundness," from Latin conservationem (nominative conservatio) "a keeping, preserving, conserving," noun of action from past participle stem of conservare (see conserve). Meaning "preservation of existing conditions" in any sense is from mid-15c. Since late 15c., in reference to English municipal authorities who had charge of rivers, sewers, forests, fisheries, etc. Specifically of the environment from 1922.