Selective cutting typically leads to an uneven-age structure.
Shelterwood cutting also removes all the trees in an area, but does it in stages over several years. Seed-tree cutting removes all the trees except for a select number of mature trees that can then reseed the area. Seed-tree cutting and shelterwood cutting allow for the harvested areas to recover over time without direct intervention. Modern Forestry Flashcards Quizlet. stumpchopping.bar cut 2. Seed tree 3. Shelterwood 4. Selection. Harvesting methods Clear cut. All trees harvested. Harvesting methods Seed tree.
All but about 10 trees/acre are taken. Harvesting method Shelterwood. stumpchopping.bard wood removal stumpchopping.barr trees removed Quizlet Live. Quizlet Learn. Diagrams. Flashcards. Mobile. Help. Sign up. Help Center. Harvesting only mature trees of certain species and size; usually more expensive then clear-cutting but it is less disruptive for wildlife and often better for forest regeneration Seed-Tree Cutting Removal of nearly all trees on a site in one cutting, with a few seed-producing trees left uniformly distributed to regenerate the forest.
Seed: Small cones (~1/2 inch) Cedar. Evergreen: Flat, scaly needles, bark that shreds vertically cutting down one tree at a time. clear cutting. efficient way to harvest a forest. Sets with similar terms. Types of Trees. Other Quizlet sets.
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