CSS :: Forest Mensuration

1.  Measurement involve in forest mensuration:
A. The determination of the dimension, form, volume, age and increments of logs, single trees, stands or whole (B.C.F.T.) B. It is art of taking measurements for compiling data. In forestry this art is applied / used for measuring the forest produce e.g. Timber, firewood, standing trees or crop
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

2.  The kinds of measurements in forest mensuration:
A. Cut/felled material B. Individual trees
C. Crop or stand D. Standing tree
E. All of the above    

3.  The types of tree height is:
A. Total B. Bole
C. Merchantable D. All of the above

4.  Measurement of felled tree material in forest mensuration is / are :
A. Stem B. Branches
C. Crown D. Bark
E. All of the above    

5.  Measurement of timber (Round) in forest mensuration is / are :
A. Xylometer method B. Mathematical formulae
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

6.  Factor affecting wood measurement is / are :
A. Saw thickness (Kerf) B. Thickness of timber
C. The minimum length of sawn pieces, the more conservation and less wastage D. Wider the log, the lesser the wastage
E. All of the above    

7.  Rules fr better stacking is / are:
A. Short billets pack better than long billets B. Keep the conifer used separate from hardwood
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

8.  The overall weight of quantity of wood is affected by the factors
A. Density B. Moisture content
C. Bark and foreign material D. All of the above

9.  The common methods of spacing in regular plantations are:
A. Line B. Square
C. Triangular D. Quincunx
E. All of the above    

10.  The form of trees has been studied under the hedings:
A. Form quotient B. Form factor
C. Form point D. Taper tables, curves and formulae
E. All of the above    

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