1. Which of the following was an objective of the Turcotte et al. study of the effects of ice storm damage in the Wayne National Forest?
2. In a 6-year study of ice storm damage in southern Ohio, Turcotte et al. determined that heavily damaged trees had what chance of survival?
3. In the study examining site preparation techniques for securing natural red pine regeneration by D'Amato et al., which understory species were indicative of sites receiving underburning treatments?
4. All of the site preparation treatments applied in the D'Amato et al. study resulted in regeneration densities that met or exceeded minimum stocking levels for naturally regenerated red pine within the upper Great Lakes region of:
5. In their article, Anderson et al. found that over the last two decades the observed trends in parcelization and development of family forests in the New York City watershed have been accompanied by:
6. According to Caron et al., a high percentage of landowners in the New York City watershed are absentee owners. What percentage of the landowners represented in this study are full-time residents?
7. Morris and Longpre used survival analysis in their study of succession in jack pine. Survival analysis is:
8. According to the Morris and Longpre study, of the environmental variables used to determine shifts in species composition in jack pine-dominated stands, low amounts of precipitation during the growing season resulted in:
9. The Burk article states that composite tree volume tables are based on the premise that:
10. In 3P (probability proportional to prediction) sampling, estimator precision requires the predictions be: