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What is the difference between in situ and ex situ conservation?

What is ex situ photography?

  • Ex situ is the term used to describe ‘off-site’. It is the exact opposite of in situ and describes things or processes away from the natural location. Therefore, if someone wants to take the photograph of a living organism outside the wild, then it is called ex situ.

What is the meaning of in situ?

  • What is In Situ. In situ is the term used to describe ‘on-site’. It means locally or in position. This term is used in many fields to describe various processes including biological ones. In biology, in situ refers to the examination in the exact place where the species occurs.

What is ExEx-situ remediation?

  • Ex-situ remediation methods involve excavation of affected soil from its original location and subsequent treatment on-site or off-site as well as extraction of contaminated groundwater and further treatment at the surface.

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