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5 Matching questions

  1. what is shelterwood selection
  2. what does thinning remove from the forest
  3. what does a acute stand replacement do to the forest
  4. what are the definitions of crown class
  5. WHo were the voyageurs
  1. a makes the whole area start over and the new trees will have the same age
  2. b dominant, co-dominate, intermediate, suppressed,
  3. c thinnning takesupressed and intermediate trees that wouldnt make it anyway. just speeding up the process
  4. d find and save leave trees in order to re-seed the area; remove the rest of the trees in the first lumber sale
  5. e sigurd olson and group of canadians; travled the mackinzie river; got the wlderness act passed

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. lead to uneven stand; lightining of ice damage to tree that alllows little trees to grow
  2. clear cut, but save the seed tree ( 5-10) per acre left to cast seeds, shelterwood method, and coppice
  3. Civilian Conservation Corp.
  4. improvement cuts, thinning, and harvest/regenerational cuts
  5. diameter breast height

5 True/False questions

  1. How much were they paid and who did it supportremove the leave trees once the area has beenreseeded and the new saplings are not too large

          

  2. Explain why it is preferable to use the term "natural disturbance" versus "natural disaster" in relation to forests and other ecosystems.beacuse the forest has a way of regenerating itself and protecting itself; cahnge is natural

          

  3. what was the first recovery program that FDR started when he was presidentCCC

          

  4. who were the shakersmore effiecnt if everyone does it than 1 person alone

          

  5. How and why does high grading or diameter-limit cutting degrade forest ecosystems and reduce landowner options over time?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)