CSS :: Forest Management

1.  Normal Forest depicts:
A. A specific composition and structure or form of the forest, which is in harmony with the environment or the locality factors B. Growing stock of the trees should be suitably of desired products
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

2.  In practice forests are not normal. They are 'abnormal' in ways:
A. They are overstocked. This is found in forests where there is more area of forest under the older age classes B. They are under stocked. This is due to larger proportion of area under immature crops
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

3.  Sustained yield management has how many advantages:
A. It ensures continuity of the forests indefinitely B. It ensures steady income to owner
C. It helps better organization of works, and assures steady employment D. All of the above

4.  The planned yield can differ due to many reasons. Johnson et. Al. List them as:
A. The long term estimate of total growth used in forecasting may turnout too higher or too low B. There may be short-term fluctuations in increment because of climate or treatment effects
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

5.  Forest growing stock and increment are:
A. Stand B. Forest crop
C. Site D. Site quality
E. All of the above    

6.  Forest crops are known as:
A. Nurse B. Main
C. Subsidiary D. All of the above

7.  The major kinds of rotation are:
A. Physical B. Silvicultural
C. Technical D. Rotation of the greatest volume production
E. All of the above    

8.  Effecting/effects of thinning are:
A. Average tree size in the remaining crop increases with increasing weight of thinning B. Delay in thinning is not compensated for in terms of girth increment by removing larger volume, unless this volume represents a greater proportion of the growing stock than did the earlier thinning
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

9.  Working plan work involves activitie are:
A. Collection of data by survey, its assembly and analysis to know about the effects of past treatment B. Based on the analysis and inferences of above to make a long-term prescription to meet the objectives of management
C. To make provisions for the implementation and control of the treatment prescribed D. All of the above

10.  Logging means:
A. It is an operation comprising felling of trees, limbing, bucking and transportation of the resulting product out of forest to the point of its end use B. It is process of watering the forest
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

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