Module 3 — Stand level components
of biodiversity
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Part 3E — Special habitats — Closure
 

Review of learner outcomes

 
  1. Are you able to describe special habitats?

  2. Are you able to identify forest management applications for special habitats?

  3. Can you describe the role of special habitats in forest biodiversity?

If you cannot complete these questions, what will you do so that you are able to?

     

Transfer of learning

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Using a fishbone diagram, list the various special habitat applications to forest biodiversity that are either in the material or those you have thought of. Turn your sheet of paper to a landscape position.

Add as much detail as you need to explain each of the applications. Only single words or phrases are needed to express your ideas. Each idea is written on a line.

Use a different color for each application. Many people find that color is a great way to remember related ideas.

     

icon Reflections

 

How will knowing about special habitats as one of the six stand level components of forest biodiversity assist me in my job? (Think of 3 – 5 ways)

     

Celebrate

 

Take a holiday to your favourite forest!

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