Module 16: Wildfire and Your Woodland

Module 16 - Quiz Lesson 4

You got 9 of 10 possible points.
Your score was: 90 %

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 Removing potential fuel sources is a good first step in preventing wildfire.

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 Recent softwood thinnings have the potential to combust easily and burn rapidly.

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True
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 Vernal pools are handy sources of water that should be excavated for fire ponds.

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False
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Because of decades of effective fire control, there is less available fuel in woodland areas.

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True
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 Potential hazards on your woodland property should be kept “out of sight, out of mind.”

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False
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Maintaining a mix of hardwood and softwood tree species on your woodland can slow the rate of wildfire.

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True
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 Parking your vehicle in dry leaves is a good idea.

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False
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 To truly “get away from it all,” you should avoid marking your woods road with any identification details.

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False
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 The lush green vegetation of spring makes this season a good time to burn.

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False
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 Riparian areas can provide natural fie breaks.

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True