Module 16: Wildfire and Your Woodland

Module 16 - Quiz Lesson 4

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During wildfire season, you can burn brush piles at any time of day.

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False
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Planting fire-resistive shrubs around your buildings can help prevent fire from spreading.

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True
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Brush piles can make valuable wildlife habitat.

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True
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Burning grass is necessary to provide a rich, weed-free soil.

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False
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When the Fire Weather Index is yellow, there is a three-day window during which you can burn brush piles.

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False
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During wildfire-risk season, there is no domestic brush burning permitted between 8 am and 2 pm.

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True
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It is not necessary to consult the BurnSafe map as long as you are burning brush more than 100 metres from woodland.

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False
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The Initial Spread Index (ISI) rating reflects the amount of  deep smouldering that can occur in the soil duff layer.

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True
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Fire can sometimes alter woodland ecosystems in  positive ways.

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True
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The seeds of pin cherry trees can survive in the soil for decades.

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True