Ch. 15 Quiz - 4. Managing your forest for timber production...

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Ch. 15 Quiz 1. Which of the following would remove some trees but leave others to provide necessary conditions for seedlings to regenerate in ? A. slash 0% B. seed-tree cut 0% C. clearcut 0% D. shelterwood cut 100% 2. Forest fires: A. kill most wildlife in the forest in which they occur 0% B. have indirect effects that are most important for wildlife 100% C. are never prescribed fires 0% D. none of the above 0% 3. Which of the following would an even-aged management forest look like ? A. trees in all stands same size and age class 0% B. large stands of trees with many different sized trees interspersed closely together 0% C. interspersed stands of trees with different sized trees within each stand 0% D. interspersed stands of trees with different sized trees in different stands but same sized trees within each stand 100%
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Managing your forest for timber production and ruffed grouse (as we did in the problem assignment for chapter 15) would be an example of: A. species diversity management 0% B. indicator species management 0% C. featured species management 100% D. un-even aged management 0% E. endangered species management 0% 5. Old Growth" is an important wildlife habitat because: A. there are many wildlife species that can survive only in this habitat type 0% B. it is becoming very scarce in North America 0% C. we cannot re-grow this habitat with our current management programs 0% D. all of the above 100% E. none of the above 0% 6. Snags: A. are dead or dying standing trees 100% B. are dead and down woody material 0% C. grow with age 0% D. are commonly available wildlife habitat in managed forests 0% E. all of the above 0%...
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course AGSC 2301 taught by Professor Middleton during the Spring '09 term at Texas Tech.

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