Review Chapter 7

Review Chapter 7 - Chapter 7 Forests and Wildlife 1....

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88 Chapter 7 Forests and Wildlife 1. Shelterwood cutting is: a. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees first, and later cutting mature b. the practice of marking individual trees for cutting c. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees later, and cutting mature trees first d. cutting narrow rows of trees, leaving wooded corridors 2. Selective cutting is: a. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees first, and later cutting mature b. the practice of marking individual trees for cutting c. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees later, and cutting mature trees first d. cutting narrow rows of trees, leaving wooded corridors 3. Strip Cutting is: a. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees first, and later cutting mature b. the practice of marking individual trees for cutting c. the practice of cutting dead and less desirable trees later, and cutting mature trees first d. cutting narrow rows of trees, leaving wooded corridors 4. Foresters have managed trees at a local level in: a. corridors b. stands
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