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

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Total score: 44 %

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Question:

Harvesting trail layout is determined by:

Response:

The type of cutting

The method of removal

The shape of the area

The terrain

All of the above

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Question:

In the forwarding method, trees are dragged on the trails.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Avoid skidding logs on the road:

Response:

Because it tears up the road

Because the logs get packed with soil

Both

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Question:

Face cutting trails are used by:

Response:

Skidders

Forwarders

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Question:

Skid trails in a thinning :

Response:

Should be as far apart as possible

About 60m apart

It depends on the terrain and the cable length

All of the above

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Question:

On steep slopes, always layout trails for downhill traffic.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

When planning your road network:

Response:

Its better to build more road and less trail

Its better to build more trail and less road

The amount of road versus trail depends on long-term use

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Question:

A grub road is:

Response:

Cleared of big rocks and stumps

Used to locate soil grubs

Paved

More expensive to build than a D class road

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Question:

List three trail maintenance activities.

Response:

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cutting back branches, removing fallen trees, repairing water damage, fixing holes
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Question:

List three benefits of a well-planned road.

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Correct AnswerUser Answer
less maintenance, less negative environmental impact, cheaper in the long run
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