×
Log in to StudySoup
Get Full Access to UT - FWF 250 - Class Notes - Week 8
Join StudySoup for FREE
Get Full Access to UT - FWF 250 - Class Notes - Week 8

Already have an account? Login here
×
Reset your password

UT / Forestry/Wildlife/Fisheries / FWR 250 / What is the traditional land management practice?

What is the traditional land management practice?

What is the traditional land management practice?

Description

School: University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Department: Forestry/Wildlife/Fisheries
Course: Conservation
Professor: Professor graves
Term: Winter 2016
Tags: FWF 250
Cost: 25
Name: Week 3 of notes
Description: The week before spring breaks notes, including notes from the Guest speaker!!
Uploaded: 03/21/2016
4 Pages 48 Views 2 Unlocks
Reviews


3-8


What is the traditional land management practice?



Sy Sour

Traditional land management practices Jesper prescribed fire ordinance o firewise communities

- Ag Districts-protecting rights

- Charge impact fees for development on prime formlands Primary Protection Areas

en wetlands

an - Kidneys of land, Filers out bod Stuff Longleaf pine


What is environmental education?



-Pyrophillic - loves fire needs fire to survive Environmental Education A America loses 2 acres of farmiand/minute A 88 farming, forestry, Horticulture & ☆

North Carolina ranks 6th in nation for total acres of land developed between 1992 - 1998 . - almost half of land in Maywood county NC is public Challenges to Ao in Haywood County


What are the meaning of conservation strategies?



. - Falling prices & low profitability A0 = Aging form operators L - Rising taxes Conservation strategies & focus areas If you want to learn more check out What would cause your triglyercides to surge?

- - Bettel & cruso If you want to learn more check out What is the meaning of photosynthetic pigments?

- iron darf creek - Most planning is based on soil productivity

- Best soils, for prime Formland |

- farm land of national importance

- locally important farmiana perpetuity

Every

acre occordingly

acre is different, treat every -Hugh Hammond Bennett

uy sou If you want to learn more check out What was the relationship between the us and cuba in the 1960s?
We also discuss several other topics like What is social information sources?

13-10

Brook trout, Chinook Salmon o en bod a Smokies are end of Appalaichana If you want to learn more check out What are culture specific disorders?

1 -Range of life - nome given to east TN

- once you're above 2000 It, trout Climate

- Warer around 70°f at highest all year - Brook trout Wos native not rainbow to If you want to learn more check out What would a movement from bli, what is the price of a movie ticket?

these mountain streams a Deforesting was caused by removing bark around the circumference of the free, free would remain with no leaves. on Called Gurgling

-settlers would grow corn in "Ghost Forests" important factors in hurting a species

environmental dowoger sediment terasion - overnoruesting

- habitat destruction Troat nest is called a Dead

-Frout eggs killed by sediment filling in Cracks in

graver, suffocating He eggs killing them Increasing standard of living stresses the biosphere Root of environmental problems was industrial revolution Out West 2016 Chinook Solman Clogged strooms

Parr- Fingerling small salmon Smolt - Saltwater adult

- smelled their way back home - have highest level of stress hormones in nature -polatch - indian gifting culture

A

3-8

Sy Sour

Traditional land management practices Jesper prescribed fire ordinance o firewise communities

- Ag Districts-protecting rights

- Charge impact fees for development on prime formlands Primary Protection Areas

en wetlands

an - Kidneys of land, Filers out bod Stuff Longleaf pine

-Pyrophillic - loves fire needs fire to survive Environmental Education A America loses 2 acres of farmiand/minute A 88 farming, forestry, Horticulture & ☆

North Carolina ranks 6th in nation for total acres of land developed between 1992 - 1998 . - almost half of land in Maywood county NC is public Challenges to Ao in Haywood County

. - Falling prices & low profitability A0 = Aging form operators L - Rising taxes Conservation strategies & focus areas

- - Bettel & cruso

- iron darf creek - Most planning is based on soil productivity

- Best soils, for prime Formland |

- farm land of national importance

- locally important farmiana perpetuity

Every

acre occordingly

acre is different, treat every -Hugh Hammond Bennett

uy sou

13-10

Brook trout, Chinook Salmon o en bod a Smokies are end of Appalaichana

1 -Range of life - nome given to east TN

- once you're above 2000 It, trout Climate

- Warer around 70°f at highest all year - Brook trout Wos native not rainbow to

these mountain streams a Deforesting was caused by removing bark around the circumference of the free, free would remain with no leaves. on Called Gurgling

-settlers would grow corn in "Ghost Forests" important factors in hurting a species

environmental dowoger sediment terasion - overnoruesting

- habitat destruction Troat nest is called a Dead

-Frout eggs killed by sediment filling in Cracks in

graver, suffocating He eggs killing them Increasing standard of living stresses the biosphere Root of environmental problems was industrial revolution Out West 2016 Chinook Solman Clogged strooms

Parr- Fingerling small salmon Smolt - Saltwater adult

- smelled their way back home - have highest level of stress hormones in nature -polatch - indian gifting culture

A

Page Expired
5off
It looks like your free minutes have expired! Lucky for you we have all the content you need, just sign up here