Module 3: Thinning for Value

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Question:

Thinning involves felling or removing selected trees in a stand to improve the quality of the remaining trees in the stand.

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True

False

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Question:

Increased growth of the remaining trees is the primary economic reason for thinning a stand.

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True

False

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During the herb and low shrub stage, trees such as red spruce and sugar maple will be among the first species to begin germinating .

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True

False

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Mosses and lichens are likely to be common in a conifer thicket.

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True

False

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During the understory re-initiation stage, earlier established trees are now being replaced with more shade intolerant species.

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True

False

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Question:

Trees and other plants use energy from the sun to make food.

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True

False

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Where there are plants, there are nutrient cycles.

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True

False

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The definition of wildlife includes all non-domesticated species of living organisms.

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True

False

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Natural thinning is beneficial to all wildlife species.

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True

False

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Question:

Increases in diameter growth may have negative effects on product quality.

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True

False