Module 3 — Stand level components
of biodiversity
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Module 3, Part A — Stand structure — continued
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Part 3A — Stand structure — Closure
 

Review of learning outcomes

 
  1. Are you able to describe the first stand level component-stand structure?

  2. Are you able to identify the applications for forest management for stand structures? 

  3. Can you describe the role of the stand level components in forest biodiversity? 
     

Recall

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Using a Tree Diagram, identify the stand structure applications for forest management (without referring back).

Write each application on a branch of the tree (color each branch a different color). Add as many branches as you need. Add the other the applications that you have thought of.

Add details using either single words or phrases about each application on individual smaller branches. The details only have to trigger your thoughts. 

When you are finished, refer back to the material and add (in another color of pen) the ones you omitted.

     
icon Transfer of learning   List 3 – 5 ways that that you can apply what you have learned about stand structures to your present/future job.
     
iconReflection   What is there about stand structures that you still need to know?

How can you locate this information?

     

Celebrate

 

Take time out for some fun. You have completed a part of the third module.

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