Sfg 061 (Supposed To Be Oral)

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Sfg 061 (Supposed To Be Oral)

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  • 1. 
    The profession embracing the science, art and practice of creating, managing, using and conserving forests and associated resources for human benefit in a sustainable manner to meet desired goals, needs and values.
    • A. 

      Forestry

    • B. 

      Agroforestry

    • C. 

      Social Forestry

    • D. 

      Forestry Extension

  • 2. 
    Group of people of homogenous societies identified by self-ascription by others, who have continuously lived as organized community on communally bounded and defined territory, and who have, under claims of ownership since time immemorial, occupied, possessed and utilize such territories, sharing common bonds of language, customs and etc.
    • A. 

      Tribes

    • B. 

      INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

    • C. 

      Higaonon

    • D. 

      Igorots

  • 3. 
    Systems, institutions, mechanisms, and technologies comprising a unique body of knowledge evolved through time that embody patterns of relationships between and among people and between people, their lands and resource environment, including such spheres of relationships which may include social, political, cultural, economic, religious spheres.
    • A. 

      Common Practices

    • B. 

      Peoples Organization

    • C. 

      INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND PRACTICES

    • D. 

      Government

    • E. 

      Option 5

  • 4. 
    A woody and perennial plant, typically large and with a well-defined stem or stems carrying a more or less definite crown.
    • A. 

      Grass

    • B. 

      Shrubs

    • C. 

      Herbs

    • D. 

      Tree

  • 5. 
    The conversion of forest to another land use or the long-term reduction of the tree canopy cover below the minimum 10% threshold.
    • A. 

      Degradation

    • B. 

      Deforestation

    • C. 

      Reforestation

    • D. 

      Rainforestration

  • 6. 
    A decline in the productivity of an area of land or in its ability to support natural ecosystems or types of agriculture.
    • A. 

      Deforestaion

    • B. 

      Degradation

    • C. 

      Reforestation

    • D. 

      Restoration

  • 7. 
    “Indigenous People’s Rights Act”
    • A. 

      RA 8371

    • B. 

      RA 8731

    • C. 

      RA 7831

    • D. 

      RA 3781

  • 8. 
    Land with an area of more than 0.5 hectare and tree crown cover (or equivalent stocking level) of more than 10%.
    • A. 

      Land

    • B. 

      Forest Land

    • C. 

      Forest

    • D. 

      Forest Reservation

  • 9. 
    Changes within the forest whether natural or human-induced which negatively affect the structure of function of the stand or site, and thereby lower the capacity to supply products and/or services resulting to a degraded forest.
    • A. 

      Forest Regeneration

    • B. 

      Forest Degradation

    • C. 

      Forest Restoration

    • D. 

      Forest Changes

  • 10. 
    A group of people, which may be an association, cooperative, federation, or other legal entity, established by the community to undertake collective action to address community concerns and need, and mutually share the benefits from the endeavor.
    • A. 

      Government Officials

    • B. 

      Contractor

    • C. 

      Indigenous People

    • D. 

      People Organization

  • 11. 
    “Adoption of the Community-Based Forest Management Scheme or The COMMUNITY BASED FOREST MANAGEMENT”
    • A. 

      EO 263

    • B. 

      EO 236

    • C. 

      EO 623

    • D. 

      EO 362

  • 12. 
    Branch of forestry which deals with the involvement of people in forestry activities that are designed to promote the socioeconomic well-being of the people themselves as well as conservation of the soil, water and other forest resources.
    • A. 

      Agroforestry

    • B. 

      Forestry

    • C. 

      Social Forestry

    • D. 

      Extension Forestry

  • 13. 
    How does the tree act as a carbon sink?
    • A. 

      Trees use carbon dioxide when growing

    • B. 

      Trees emit Carbon when growing

    • C. 

      Trees transpires Carbon during day times

    • D. 

      Trees uses Carbon and release Nitrogen

  • 14. 
    Soil conservation is one of the benefits of Social Forestry by the preventing loss of the top most layer of the soil from erosion or prevention of reduced fertility. In what terms the soil is conserved?
    • A. 

      Kaingin

    • B. 

      Slash and Burn

    • C. 

      Improved agricultural activities

    • D. 

      Selective cutting

  • 15. 
    Noise reduction is one of the benefits of Social Forestry, how can trees reduce noise pollution?
    • A. 

      Trees Reflect and Absorb Sound Energy Reducing Noise Pollution

    • B. 

      Trees Reflect and Release Sound Energy Reducing Noise Pollution

    • C. 

      Trees use noise when growing

    • D. 

      Trees dissolves noise

  • 16. 
    Air pollutants
    • A. 

      Carbon monoxide, Sulfur dioxides, Nitrogen oxides

    • B. 

      Oxygen, Carbon monoxide, Ozone

    • C. 

      Phospate, Sulfur dioxides, Nitrogen oxides

    • D. 

      Carbon dioxide, Ozone and Calcium

  • 17. 
    Refers to the management of communal land. The village members collectively decide and implement projects on the communal land.
    • A. 

      COMMUNITY FORESTRY

    • B. 

      EXTENSION FORESTRY

    • C. 

      SOCIAL FORESTRY

    • D. 

      FORESTRY

  • 18. 
    Forces/Factors that brought about Social Forestry.
    • A. 

      Social function and System of Land-Use

    • B. 

      Increased Biodiversity and Carbon removal

    • C. 

      Support organization and Political Commitment

    • D. 

      Continued forest destruction and Increasing population pressure

  • 19. 
    Refers to the traditional swidden or slash-and-burn cultivation (Kaingin) where there is a sequential relationship between the food crops and forest fallow.
    • A. 

      TAUNGYA AGROFORESTRY

    • B. 

      INTEGRAL AGROFORESTRY

    • C. 

      CYCLICAL AGROFORESTRY

    • D. 

      BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

  • 20. 
    This includes those systems which consists of simultaneous growing of wood and food crops at the early stage and pure plantation towards the end.
    • A. 

      Taungya Agroforestry

    • B. 

      Cyclical Agroforestry

    • C. 

      Integral Agroforestry

    • D. 

      BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

  • 21. 
    The boundaries are marked by planting trees like palm trees or placing big stones or using natural boundaries such as creeks, mountain ranges, mountain saddles and rivers. What Indigenous system?
    • A. 

      IMONG SYSTEM

    • B. 

      APA SYSTEM

    • C. 

      LAKUN SYSTEM

    • D. 

      TADAW SYSTEM

  • 22. 
    This is an interdiction of the cutting of wood or grazing of a particular area in honor of the dead.
    • A. 

      IMONG SYSTEM

    • B. 

      KALINKIN SYSTEM

    • C. 

      APA SYSTEM

    • D. 

      LAPAT SYSTEM

  • 23. 
    Muyung System This is a forest conservation practice among the _______ of the Cordillera Region of Northern Philippines
    • A. 

      Ikalahans

    • B. 

      Ifugaos

    • C. 

      Bontoc

    • D. 

      Kalinga

  • 24. 
    This system is similar with the Imong, It can be used as grazing land, kaingin area, vegetable production or even an area for planting of fruit bearing trees.
    • A. 

      APA SYSTEM

    • B. 

      IMONG SYSTEM

    • C. 

      LAPAT SYSTEM

    • D. 

      LAKUN SYSTEM

  • 25. 
    This system refers to selected parts of the forest that are cleared for special purposes like planting of fruit bearing trees which is likened to an orchard.
    • A. 

      IMONG SYSTEM

    • B. 

      LAPAT SYSTEM

    • C. 

      LAKUN SYSTEM

    • D. 

      KALINKIN SYSTEM

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