Module 2: Harvesting on Your Woodland

Module 2 - Lesson Four Quiz

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Every sawmill will accept the same species and dimensions of wood.

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Full-tree logging removes the stumps, trunks, branches, twigs and leaves from a forest site.

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False
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Clearcutting is the most common harvesting system in Nova

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True
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Selection harvesting results in even-aged stands.

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False
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The best quality trees are usually removed in a selection harvest.

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False
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The best way to estimate tree age is by measuring its height.

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False
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Tree-marking can assist with increasing the quality of selection harvesting.

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True
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Group selection is an effective way to manage tolerant hardwood stands.

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True
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Shade-intolerant  species like white birch and red pine are best managed by selection harvesting.

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False
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Shelterwood harvesting encourages establishment of shade-tolerant species like red spruce and eastern hemlock.

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True
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Windthrow is the greatest potential hazard in selection management and shelterwood harvesting in Nova Scotia.

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Seed-tree harvesting creates large patches of shade for the establishment of shade- tolerant species.

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The Acadian Forest is typically composed of fast-growing pioneer species like trembling aspen and gray birch.

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