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1

What portion of BC forests can be considered range?

> 2/3

2

How often are non tsl stumpage rates generated (through tenure obligation adjustments)?

Quarterly, Once a year or Whenever.

stumpage for these cutting authorities are generated quarterly on Jan1, Apr1, July1, and Oct1 of each year.

3

Which is true of silviculture treatments to achieve stocking standards ?

A) Must be designed / implemented by FP + Licensee

B) Standards met by regen date

C) If special products harvested - must be stocked in 12 months

A B and C are all correct according to RG. 8.16

4

FPPR requirements for managing fish apply to:

A) All agreement holders

B) All agreement holders except for FN

C) All agreement holders with FSP's

The best answer available in the regulations is A) All agreement holders.

Nowhere do the regs mention that FN would be exempt from the requirement.

See section 8.7.2 in the reference guide

5

Which is not covered by RPPR?

A)Recreational resources

B)Fish and wildlife

C) forage/plant communities

D) water

Answer is A) Recreational resources

RG 8.17

6

What is NOT required by a licensee submitting an FSP?

A)Copy of public comments

B) description of rationale for excluding certain stakeholders

I believe that this one is B, but can not find answer in regs.

7

2 Criteria for a fisheries sensitive watershed

additionally, describe some attributes that relevant FSPs would have to address

Significant fisheries values and Watershed sensitivity.

relevant FSPs must take action to conserve: natural stream bed dynamics, stream channel integrity, quality, quantity and timing of waterflow, natural watershed level, hydrological conditions and integrity.

8

If a forester personally certifies a pest management plan in her FSP, how does this affect the approval process?

This "cert" does not allow the professional to approve the elements, but allows the DDM to accept those elements at face value without necessarily having to review those elements in detail.