1. Conservation is the measure of....
2. Every society faces the tasks of adjusting to....
3. The emergence of conservation... under specified
4. Current redefinition of conservation and George
5. The earliest schisms: rivers - forests - wildlife.
6. The rift...was bitterly divisive, though reform
7. Muir and Pinchot reveal, in their attitudes, the
8. Changes today due to habitat loss, pollution, climate
9. Leopold's criticism and a new image of endless
10. Less valued areas were sacrificed... revealing
biological importance of wildlife, fisheries and habitat.
11. Ecological conservation emerged despite separate
jurisdictional responsibilities among Federal and state agencies.
The Chicago River, once an
area of wetlands, the shore was filled and the river's flow reversed
in direction to accommodate urban and commercial demands. [JVS, 2004]