Module 2: Harvesting on Your Woodland

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Total score: 90 %

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Question:

Clearcutting produces uneven-aged stands.

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True

False

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Clearcutting is the only way to regenerate species that can grow in the shade.

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True

False

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Clearcutting is sometimes practiced without considering regeneration .

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True

False

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Orienting strips from Northwest to Southeast reduces drying caused by prolonged exposure to the sun.

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True

False

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When clearcutting in strips, it's a good rule of thumb to keep the cut strips narrower than four times the height of the seed-bearing trees to ensure adequate natural regeneration.

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True

False

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The main difference between clearcutting in progressive strips and clearcutting in alternate strips is the time period over which you harvest the stand.

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True

False

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On clearcuts to be planted, site preparation is not required.

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True

False

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When artificial regeneration is needed it's advisable to wait for two years after cutting because of the threat from the debarking weevil .

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True

False

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Clearcutting does not affect air or surface soil temperature over most of the cut.

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True

False

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Patch cutting is sometimes preferred over strip cutting when aesthetics are a prime consideration.

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True

False