There are three parts to
recall — modifying the mind map, answering the set of questions listed at the
beginning of the module, and summarizing the module.
- Begin by returning to
the mind map that you started at the beginning of this module and using a
different colored pen add what you have learned during this module.
This may mean that you add
facts or ideas, modify some, or correct others.
This is an important step
in your learning process. You need to recognize what you learned, what you have
modified, and what you had to correct because of misinformation or up-dated
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
Are you now familiar
with maintaining stand level biodiversity?
Can you discuss the general biodiversity management considerations?
Why we should
manage our forests for biodiversity?
What should forest
managers consider when managing biodiversity?
What do you now
know about forest edge and interior habitat or patch size?
What do you now
know about the relationship between natural disturbances and cutblock
Use a ladder
diagram to summarize this module. Label the first step of the
ladder general biodiversity management considerations.
Label the following four steps (major heading and subheadings) on the ladder:
- General biodiversity
- Forest Edge and
Interior Habitat (Patch Size)
- Forest Management
Practices to manage for edge and interior habitat
- Natural disturbances
and cutblock size