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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sallie Lind PhD on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to ESRM 479 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/192026/esrm-479-university-of-washington in Environmental Science and Resource Management at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 09/09/15
Seventh Week Exam ReviewSample Questions ESRM 479 Restoration Design Please go to the ESRM 479 Discussion Board and help develop top notch answers to the questions below httpscatalysttoolswashingtonedugopostboardfridley6065 1 If you were asked to do a site assessment in a grazed grassland in an arid environment what would be the four most important things to look at in order of their importance 2 We discussed 17 different landscape impacts and briefly went over restoration techniques to deal with each of them Choose one of these impacts and discuss restoration practices that are tailored to repairing the damage done Process change not enough fire Low nutrient soils Dry conditions 3 What are the general requirements for plant material for a restoration project 4 Describe or show an example of a network diagram used in project planning Explain its supposed usefulness Describe or show an example of a Gantt chart Describe how Gantt charts are used in project planning and project management 5 Give a definition of llsite modification Then give a definition of llsite conditioning making sure that you have stated the difference between modification and conditioning 6 Give three different examples of types of site conditioning caution do not give us examples of three kinds of mulch 7 What are llaboveground obstructions What kinds of things will function as aboveground obstructions on a restoration site What benefits do they confer 8 What is a stakeholder Explain the role of stakeholders in design projects What is a problem owner What is the role of the problem owner 9 Installation was discussed in two stages quotconstructionquot and llplants Give examples of what is done in each stage 10 What is the relationship between the effort required to do a restoration and the character of the surroundings of the restoration project 11 What are some important elements of an invasive species management plan 12 Give three examples of herbivory eg beavers and mention methods for minimizing the damage that results from each 13 Define FR s Cs and DP s Give a couple of examples of each and explain those examples Take your examples from one or more of your design laboratory reports 14 When is design done


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