Module 11: Roads and Trails: Planning it Right from the Start

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Question:

Erosion can occur when:

Response:

The top soil is removed

Machines create ruts

Water flow builds up on the road

The soil is compacted

All of the above

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Question:

Siltation results from:

Response:

Decaying leaves

Erosion

Heavy snow

All of the above

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Question:

Siltation can destroy:

Response:

Water quality

Fish habitat

Aquatic plants All of the above

All of the above

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Question:

List three ways to reduce erosion:

Response:

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avoid wetlands, only travel in dry or frozen conditions and plan where your roads are
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Question:

Wildlife refers to:

Response:

Mammals

All wild organisms and their habitat

Campers

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Question:

Roads construction can:

Response:

Dry up wetlands

Flood wetlands

Both

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Question:

List three reasons to avoid building roads in wet areas:

Response:

Correct AnswerUser Answer
silt run off, cost a lot for repairs, destroy wildlife habitat
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Question:

When crossing a stream, locate road:

Response:

to approach bridge in a straight line

On a low slope

At a stable location

All of the above

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Question:

If possible lay out road:

Response:

On high ground

On gentle slopes

Following the contour

All of the above

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Question:

Pick the best road building material:

Response:

Sand

Silt

Gravel

Clay