5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What does intensive mean?
- what does forest MGMT do for the forest?
- what are the definitions of crown class
- what are even aged silvicultural methods
- what does reserve mean
- a highly managed for raising specific trees for utilization(utilization)
- b clear cut, but save the seed tree ( 5-10) per acre left to cast seeds, shelterwood method, and coppice
- c dominant, co-dominate, intermediate, suppressed,
- d find places that people want to keep untouched, no active mGMT(preservation)
- e forest MGMT enhances diversity n order to foster more species i.e. diversity
5 Multiple choice questions
- women; lead the green belt movement in Africa; also won a nobel prize
- the effects were noticed by GPM in europe were the effects of deforestation were underway.
- control the understory of vegetation
- When Pinchot wrote lettes to FDR about implementing conservation idea when FDR was still governor
- improvement cuts, thinning, and harvest/regenerational cuts
5 True/False questions
WHo were the LEM → sigurd olson and group of canadians; travled the mackinzie river; got the wlderness act passed
WHo was apppointed by the federal governement in 1878 to report on the status of the country's forests → Dr. Franklin Hough
When did a clear scientifically-based [universal] understanding of the causes and consequences of deforestation emerge? → in 1864 when george perkins marsh wrote man and nature; also in gifford pinchot's a primer of forstry
what does the shelterwood method produce → burning the undergrowth with controlled fires so underbrush doesnt get overwhelming
what does a acute stand replacement do to the forest → forest MGMT enhances diversity n order to foster more species i.e. diversity