Module 7: Woodlot Ecology: Your Living Woodlot

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This person got 8 of 10 possible points.
Total score: 80 %

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Clear cutting is an example of uneven-aged management.

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True

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A woodlot management plan is an important step in matching your objectives with a woodlot's potential.

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True

False

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Damage to forest soils can be avoided by planning forest operations for dry or frozen times of the year.

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True

False

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Increased carbon levels in the atmosphere has been blamed for global warming.

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True

False

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Examples of greenhouse gases are hydrogen and oxygen.

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True

False

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Selection cutting can be used to promote the growth of the best trees in the stand and establish regeneration.

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True

False

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Managing a woodlot for timber only is an example of integrated resource management.

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True

False

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The Acadian Forest will become more like the boreal forest as climate changes.

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True

False

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When a forest area looks like it may be an old forest, a forest biologist should be consulted.

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True

False

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All cavity trees near watercourses should be harvested.

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True

False