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Forestry

Forestry is the management of forest lands. It involves maintaining and cultivating the forests.

Asked in Rainforests, Forests, Forestry

Why did people start cutting trees?

they start to cutting trees because they want to sell it, then they got money. ...
Asked in Environmental Issues, Rainforests, Carbon Footprints, Forestry

How does cutting down trees affect us and our environment?

Trees give out oxygen. even because of them we have the rains. in short they maintain the ecological balance. If we would cut trees what is going to happen is that population won't stop growing but oxygen in the atmosphere will reduce. Another effect can be scarcity of food. and many other problems are attached to it such as less of rains will result in less water for irrigation. Less water for irrigation would result in less harvest which would again lead...
Asked in History of Canada, Canada Provinces and Territories, Edmonton, Forestry

What is the biggest province in Canada?

In terms of area, Quebec is the biggest province. Ontario has the largest population. Quebec is now #2 in geographic size. Newly created Nunavut is now the largest and covers the northern region. (This is not true since Nunavut is a Territory not a Province. The way the question is worded, Quebec is still the largest Province in Canada with respect to land mass.) In terms of land mass, Quebec is the largest with 1.5 million square kms - about 15% of Canada's...
Asked in American Revolution, Industries and Professions, Paper Production, Forestry

What does Parsons and Whittemore make?

Parsons and Whittemore is a world leader in the production of both market pulp and bleached kraft pulp ...
Asked in Environmental Issues, Canada, Forestry

What natural resources does Canada have?

Canada's prairies are huge world suppliers of wheat, canola and other grains. Canada is the world's largest producer of zinc and uranium and a world leader in many other natural resources such as gold, nickel, aluminum and lead. Timber is also a major natural resource. Okay, If you want to find some answers to natural resources in Canada go to CIA worldfactbook.com it has CIA certified answers that are really helpful. :) ...
Asked in Celebrities, Forestry

Who are the top 10 richest people in 2005?

bill gates paul Allen 4 walmart people Saudi prince warren buffet Answer Donald Trump Answer 10. S. Robson Walton (Wal Mart) - $18.3 billion 9. Lawrence Ellison (Oracle) - $18.4 billion 8. Karl Albrecht (owns many supermarkets in Germany) - $18.5 billion 7. Paul Allen (Microsoft) - $21 billion 6. Ingvar Kamprad (Ikea) - $23 billion 5. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud (Saudi investor) - $23.7 billion 4. Carlos Slim Helu (Investments) - $23.8 billion 3. Lakshmi Mittal (Steel Company Owner) - $25 billion 2. Warren Buffett (Investor) - $44...
Asked in Ecosystems, Forestry

How does clear cutting a forest affect energy flow in an ecosystem?

It makes it not be able to give out enough oxygen in the environment because we need trees so we can breathe so there won't be much energy flow in the forest. ...
Asked in Giant Pandas, Deforestation and Habitat Loss, Rainforests, Forestry

What are two benefits of not cutting trees down?

the trees when growing absorb lots of co2 which can reduce global warming. it protects the animals. it gives them food, shelter and protection ...
Asked in Deforestation and Habitat Loss, Forestry

What is the disadvantages of cutting trees?

Less CO2 would be used up by trees = Less oxygen to be produced = Global warming speeds up = Many animals lose their homes; thus their lives = Our universe will become meaningless eventually Without trees, there will be flooding as trees can soak up to 1,000 gallons a day. Without trees, there will be very little to soak up carbon dioxide and cleanse the air. Without trees all species depending on it would become extinct. Without trees, the climate would...
Asked in Forestry

How long does it take a Christmas tree to grow to mature size?

For commercial purposes (i.e. to sell as a Christmas tree) about 10 years, but in the wild a mature tree would be about 50 years old. ...
Asked in Forestry

What is the best forestry college in the United States?

Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon.
Asked in Forests, Forestry

What is the difference between reserved forest and protected forests?

a reserved forest is a one where the species are protected in their natural habitat... and no human interference is allowed..... any kind of human activity is strictly prohibited. whereas protected forest are the one in which human intervention is not prohibited.... but hunting and poaching of animals is against the law.... ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Tree Care, Rainforests, Forestry

What causes the tree line?

Basically two things affect an organism's survival in an area: temperature and moisture. Tree lines form because the temperature and moisture that trees like extend only so far. Once that constant amount of moisture starts to change or the constant level of temperature differs trees can't survive. Thus trees can only live where the temperature and moisture are good for the trees, once those two... uhh... things start to change, trees stop growing and a tree line forms. ...
Asked in Forestry

What do you mean by scientific forestry?

A system of cutting trees controlled by the forest department, in which old trees are cut & new ones planted. ...
Asked in Rainforests, Forests, Survival Tips, Forestry

What do you need to survive?

Here are four main things you will need; Food (Energy and water) Shelter Cloth(depends where you are) The will to keep going But for more long term survival you should also have warmth, and without certain vitamins, you won't survive long....
Asked in Environmental Issues, Rainforests, Forestry

How can you save the rainforest?

most are conserved with nature reserves but some have enforced laws but we can also help by: not wasting paper, etc. And by not cutting down trees or precious rain forest life. You can also adopt animals and make sure they are kept safe or even go out there and help yourself! ...
Asked in Forestry

Difference between sustainable forestry and deforestation?

deforestation is the clearing of trees Forestry is the keeping up and maintaining the forest in a sustainable way ...
Asked in Animal Life, Tree Care, Forestry

Advantages and disadvantages of cutting trees?

A disadvantage of cutting down a tree is that trees supply our air with oxygen. Cutting down trees does reduce the oxygen level in our atmosphere; only one would not greatly impact anything though. We live on the oxygen that is in your atmosphere but trees are not the only supplier of that. There are several other contributers but I am not fully aware with how much they help out. Some advantages of cutting down trees is more space to build, supplies...
Asked in Animal Life, Tundra, Forest Fires, Forestry

Examples of mutualism?

The bee and a flower the bee gets food from the flower and the flower grows. ...
Asked in Beauty, Pronouns, Plural Nouns, Forestry

How do you get a clear complexion?

avoid fatty foods, and spices and chilli, eats lots and lots of vegetables and fruites, run from chocolate like your life depends on it and make sure you wash your face at least three times a day with soap, then apply moisturiser and deep cleen before it if you want! ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Wolves, Abraham Lincoln, Forestry

Why are people unenlightened?

Abraham Maslow believed that Abraham Lincoln (under which is this question categorized) was self-actualized personality. The concept of self-actualization was the modern version of enlightening. ...
Asked in Forestry

What is commercial forestry?

The planting of forests that can be commercially exploited such as the planting of trees for the production of pulp and paper. Forestry with an eye to stress on sales rather than any other worth. ...