Conclusion of Managing for Biodiversity at the Stand Level in Silviculture Practices (module 6, p. 3)

Recall

The following questions were listed at the beginning of this module. Now that you have completed the module, (and without looking back) re-answer them. Are your answers more complete, now?

  1. Are you now familiar with managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices?
  • If not, what do you have to do so that you are?
  • Where else can you go to find more information?
  1. Can you discuss managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices?
  • If not, what do you have to do so that you are?
  • Where else can you go to find more information?
  1. What do you know about managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices?
     
  2. What are the recommendations for managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices?
     
  3. Use a mind map to summarize this module.
     
  4. Place this heading in the centre of the page: general recommendations for managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices.
     
  5. List as many recommendations as possible without looking back

Transfer of Learning

If you are a forest manager, think of several ways that you can use what you have learned in this module in your work.

  • If you are not a forest manager, how can you apply this module's content to your present job?

Reflections

  1. You still wonder about ______________________________________________________________?

  2. Here is a list of what was learned in this module? ________________________________________

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  3. How is managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices like water?

  4. How is managing for biodiversity at the stand level in silviculture practices not like water?