5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- When did the Conservation Movement begin as a formal, well-organized effort (...reconciling conflicting uses for the greatest good of the greatest number over the long run)?
- what is riparian vegetation mean
- who was wangari maathai
- what does forest MGMT do for the forest?
- How and why does high grading or diameter-limit cutting degrade forest ecosystems and reduce landowner options over time?
- a women; lead the green belt movement in Africa; also won a nobel prize
- b forest MGMT enhances diversity n order to foster more species i.e. diversity
- c diameter limit cutting and high grade loggersthat cut on someone else's land that will remove the highest and most valuable trees (dominant and co-dominant)
- d prevent erosion and hold iverbanks in place; prmote fish health; keeps rivers cold int he summer and warm in the winterless algae and hold more dissolved oxygen
- e When Pinchot wrote lettes to FDR about implementing conservation idea when FDR was still governor
5 Multiple choice questions
- Dr. Franklin Hough
- diameter breast height
- 1342 Switzerland
- reserve intensive ad extensive
5 True/False questions
what are the charateristics of an un-even aged stand → single tree selection, small group selection(remove 2-5 trees per acre)patch selection(up to 1 acre and 100 trees)
what is the goal of the shelter wood method → they took care of fixing equipment, and were tradesmen. If a camper showed intrest then the LEM would teach them everything the knew
what are even aged silvicultural methods → improvement cuts, thinning, and harvest/regenerational cuts
Why is it important to leave standing dead trees and large (and small) woody debris in forests? → makes the whole area start over and the new trees will have the same age
What information is needed about wildlife community before management actions can be designed and implemented? → the state of the forest; what is there already, what will survive in the long run, what it needs to be successful