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Question 1: ________ and maintenance may be restricted in National Forests or other wilderness areas since it can cause erosion in riparian zones.

Question 2: Ootsa Lake and Williston Lake in ________, Canada, are notable examples where timber recovery has been needed to remove inundated forests.
OntarioAlbertaBritish ColumbiaPacific Northwest

Question 3: The term "widowmaker" for timber that is neither standing nor fallen to the ground demonstrates another emphasis on ________ as a safety principle.
Situation awarenessSensemakingKorean Air Lines Flight 007Air safety

Question 4: Felled logs are then generally transported to a sawmill to be cut into ________, a paper mill for paper pulp, or for other purposes like fence posts.
Framing (construction)Pulp (paper)Wood preservationLumber

Question 5: Logging is the process in which certain trees are cut down by a ________ (or machine) for forest management and timber.
Old-growth forestPacific NorthwestLog drivingLumberjack

Question 6: ________ refers to what in forestry might be called timber theft.
Air quality lawWaste lawEnvironmental lawIllegal logging

Question 7: Submerged forests exist on land that has been flooded by damming to create ________.
WaterReservoirUnited KingdomHydroelectricity

Question 8: In common usage what is sometimes called clearcut logging is not is necessarily considered a type of logging but a harvest or silviculture method and is simply called ________ or block cutting.

Question 9: In ________ the term logging is sometimes used in a narrow sense concerning the logistics of moving wood from the stump to somewhere outside the forest, usually a sawmill or a lumber yard.


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